S Jahnari Devoe Profile
Freshman Ronald Geohaghan will join redshirt sophomore Bashaud Breeland in Tigertown later this summer.
A rising senior at Allendale-Fairfax High School, Jahnari Devoe is the school's next D-1 defensive back.
"He's a little smaller, but I think he's a little smarter football player," said Allendale-Fairfax head coach Eddie Ford when comparing Devoe to Breeland and Geohaghan during an interview with CUTigers.
Devoe has offers from East Carolina and South Carolina State. Georgia Tech and North Carolina are also in contact.
He visited Clemson for the March Junior Day.
"I liked it. The classes, the weight room, the locker room, the field, all kinds of stuff," Devoe said.
Clemson, South Carolina, N.C. State and Coastal Carolina will host him for camp this summer.
As a junior, he had 77 tackles, seven interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns.
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