OLB Devaris Brunson Profile
That 2013 prospect is Lake City linebacker Devaris Brunson.
"I went well, but I got up there kind of late, because I had the SAT that
day," Brunson told CUTigers.
He added, "When I got there, coach Dabo [Swinney] was
talking with the recruits. We got to eat, go on the field, go down the
hill. I talked to all of the coaches."
Brunson spoke primarily with his recruiter of note, tight ends coach
Danny Pearman. He also met defensive coordinator Brent
"Coach Brent, he's real energetic," Brunson said.
What stood out the most about the trip?
"The coaches show a lot of love."
Clemson has not offered, primarily because of Brunson's grades, which he
is working to improve.
"They were just asking about my grades and all," he said.
Clemson is the only junior day visit that Brunson has taken, and he
currently has no other scheduled.
Tennessee, Ohio State and South Carolina have also expressed interest.
"Clemson, South Carolina, Florida and Georgia," he said.
Brunson felt the love at Clemson
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