Upstate DT camps at Clemson

South Carolina's class of 2014 is absolutely loaded with defensive tackles. One of those prospects was in Clemson for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

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. Top Stories