WR Saeed Blacknall Profile
Earlier this month, the No. 25 ranked wide receiver in the class of 2014 picked up an offer from the Tigers.
He stopped by the Clemson campus around 9 o'clock Thursday morning and stayed until 3 that afternoon.
"It went really well. I sat with all the coaches, got something to eat. We basically ran through how things would be," Blacknall told CUTigers on Thursday afternoon.
Was there anything that stood out?
"Nothing really jumped out. It was everything I expected, everything I expected Clemson to be. They're a great program."
What was the message from the Clemson coaches?
"They want me. How I would fit into the program, if I went there. How they would use me, basically."
While in the region, Blacknall made three other campus visits.
"Clemson was my last stop. I took a look at both Georgia and Georgia Tech and LSU," he said.
Blacknall lists offers from several schools across the country, but does not have any favorites.
"It's a little early," he said.
As a junior, Blacknall had 40 catches, 743 yards receiving and 16 total touchdowns.
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