DT Lee Eddleman Profile
Lee Eddleman didn't have much of a drive for the camp. The Daniel High School junior was one of several Lions to attend the second session.
"It was a great experience. There are some good coaches up there," he told CUTigers in a recent interview.
It was his first experience working with Clemson defensive tackles coach Dan Brooks.
"He helped me adjust my stance some and taught me that I need to stay low all the time, how to place my arms when I'm in my stance," Eddleman said.
He added, "He's a pretty good coach. I like him."
Clemson was the only camp Eddleman had time for this summer.
The 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive tackle is still waiting to generate some recruiting interest, but there are a few schools that he would like to hear from.
"I like Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, Texas and the Georgia Bulldogs. I don't really have a favorite. I just like them all," Eddleman said.
Just because he's from the Clemson area, he's not partial to the Tigers.
"I grew up in between South Carolina and Clemson. I couldn't ever really make up my mind," Eddleman said.
As a sophomore, he recorded 52 tackles and had three sacks.
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