Sneak preview for Leggett

Clemson tight end commitment Jordan Leggett spent three days in Tigertown last month for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

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While in Clemson, Leggett worked with tight ends coach Danny Pearman and offensive coordinator Chad Morris, and also got a sneak peak at what life as a Clemson would be like.

"It was great. They're so enthusiastic. It was just a great opportunity for me to work with them. I had a great time," Leggett said in a recent interview with CUTigers.

Pearman, his future position coach, gave him several pointers.

"He was telling me to come out of my routes cleaner, stay low on my blocks, just keep driving my legs. He told me a whole bunch of stuff," Leggett said. "He'll teach me some more once I get there."

While in town, Leggett spent time with a pair of Clemson commitments.

"I hung out with Deshaun Watson...we talked a lot, him and Wayne Gallman. We talk a little bit still on Twitter and stuff," Leggett said.

The camp experience, overall, was a good one.

"They're so different from every other school. Every other school wants to get you out there where you run the 40, to see how fast you are, to see how strong you are," Leggett said. "At Clemson, it's a camp. They just want to see how you are on the field, how you competed. It was just so different than any other school I've been to."

During his senior season at Navarre High School in Florida, Leggett hopes to break some of the records set by his brother, Bradley Leggett.

As a junior, Leggett had 45 receptions for 608 yards and three touchdowns.

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