WR Ryan Jenkins Profile
Lassiter High School [Marietta, Ga.] rising senior Ryan Jenkins, brother of current Tiger Martin Jenkins, recently spoke with
CUTigers about the visit.
"It was great. I got to actually see a lot of stuff I've never seen
before. I got to sit in on some classes with my brother. The teachers let
me sit in on some classes. I got to sit in on the receivers meeting and I
got to get up close and personal at practice. I got a true feel for what
Clemson was like."
What stood out?
"Really, just how fast-paced the offense is. I got to see the offense up
close. I really like the tempo of the offense and how fast-paced it is."
Jenkins will visit Alabama for the spring game. This spring, he's also hit
Auburn and Tennessee.
Missouri is Jenkins' most recent offer. Jenkins added that one while he
was in Clemson for the visit. He now holds offers from Clemson, Louisville
"I was expecting one. I've been talking with their receivers coach --
Andy Hill -- for a while. We have a real good relationship. He was
telling me that they were going to offer me," Jenkins said.
"Not right now. I'll start to narrow my list after spring practice."
Spring practice at Lassiter starts in the first week of May. Jenkins
transferred to Lassiter from Milton High School in Alpharetta.
"It's been great. I've been getting a lot of support, academically. And
their offense is the spread offense, so I'll probably be getting the ball
about three times as much as I did last year," he said.
As a junior at Milton, he had 25 catches for 415 yards and five touchdowns.
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