Georgia LB offered after Dabo camp

One of the top linebackers in Georgia's class of 2014 picked up an offer from Clemson after making an appearance at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

OLB Korie Rogers Profile

Buford High School junior Korie Rogers received the offer after putting together an impressive performance at the annual summer camp.

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound linebacker had a "good" time in Tigertown.

What stood out?

"Clemson, on the campus, the nice facilities they have there."

Rogers told CUTigers that he enjoyed working with Clemson defensive coordinator/linebackers coach Brent Venables.

"I like coach Venables. I spent a lot of time with coach [Tony] Elliott also. He's my recruiter. But on the field with coach Venables, it was awesome."

Elliott and Rogers are developing a solid relationship.

"He's a cool dude. He toured me around the campus and took me into the facilities," Rogers said.

It was the first visit to Clemson for Rogers since he was up for a basketball camp three years ago. The Clemson coaching staff offered a day after his most recent visit.

"I wanted to pick that one up," he said.

Rogers also visited Georgia, Florida and Auburn this summer. East Carolina, Florida, Georgia and Penn State have offered, too.

There is no leader or list of favorites, but there are two main factors will be weighed as he moves towards a decision.

"Family atmosphere, somewhere I feel comfortable going," Rogers said. Top Stories