Brandon Kublanow says coaching staffs and relationships will be really important to him during his recruitment and ultimately a deciding factor in his decision. Kublanow maintains that Clemson has the "right" coaching staff.
"I just really like how they are at Clemson. They are nice and they talk to me like I'm a real person. They respect me. All the coaches are great and I feel like I have a good relationship with each one."
Kublanow is also getting great personal attention from Florida. He says it means a great deal to him that the head coach is recruiting him.
"You always know you're a priority when the head coach recruits you. Coach Muschamp is great and I really like talking to him. He's really laid back. I like the idea that Florida is going to run a pro-style offense too. The campus is also really nice."
Florida State recently extended an offer to Kublanow and he's been very impressed with the 'Noles' young OL.
"I think most people would consider coach Trickett one of the best in the country. He has a lot of knowledge to offer and it's cool to talk to him about ways to get better. He gives me great advice. I think I could play early there."
Kublanow says academics are a priority. He feels Georgia Tech is a place where he could flourish in the classroom.
"It's really nice there and it's only about fifteen minutes from my house. Their offense is aggressive and it would be fun and challenging to be a part of. They have a pretty good program. Obviously their academics are great and that's my first priority. I want to study either finance or accounting."
As for some offers he doesn't have yet that he would like to see by his name, Kublanow calls for Oregon and Wisconsin.
"I always liked Oregon for some reason. I like the uniforms and I want to visit. Wisconsin is known for great offensive linemen so that would be a cool offer."
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