Elite TE to camp at Clemson

One of the top prospects in North Carolina's class of 2014 will head to Clemson next month for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

TE Jeb Blazevich Profile

Jeb Blazevich saw several college coaches stop through his school this month.

North Carolina, Duke, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Ohio State, LSU, Maryland, Florida, Miami, Oregon, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Alabama are among the schools that sent assistants to Charlotte Christian.

"It's been crazy. I didn't expect a single thing. About three or four months ago, only three coaches were talking to me. I don't know what happened, but it's sort of been a flood of people. I'm very thankful for it," he told CUTigers in a recent interview.

Clemson sent tight ends coach Danny Pearman.

"They're not allowed to say anything so I had to call him and talk with him. He just sort of said, come to camp. That's what I'm fixing to do," Blazevich said.

The rising junior will be in Clemson on June 16 for the one-day camp. The Tigers haven't offered, but that could be on the way.

Blazevich is very familiar with Clemson.

"I feel comfortable down there. I'll say it like that. My brother's down there, so I've had a couple of opportunities to go down there and hang out with him," he said. "I'm getting to know what they're about and getting a feel for it. I'm just looking forward to, hopefully, getting an offer from them pretty soon."

North Carolina, Duke and South Carolina are the only other college campuses he's visited so far. Georgia and Ohio State will receive visits this summer. A trip to Virginia could also be in the works.

Duke, Georgia, LSU, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Ole Miss, Ohio State, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have offered.

As a junior, Blazevich had 32 catches for 513 yards receiving with six touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, he had 69 tackles.

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