Elite TE gets final pitch from Clemson

Four-star tight end Jeb Blazevich spent the night in Clemson on Thursday before meeting with the Tigers' coaches on Friday.

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Ranked by Scout.com as the No. 10 tight end in the class of 2014, Blazevich stayed with his brother, who's a student at Clemson.

It was his first trip back to Tigertown since the February Junior Day appearance.

"I got to sit in on some meetings, which I haven't gotten to do before. They understand I'm trying to decide, so it was that last, little -- I guess you could call it a sales pitch or explanation, just talking about who they are," Blazevich told CUTigers.

The Charlotte Christian junior stuck around to watch Friday afternoon's practice.

"It was physical. They were really fast. It was a great practice," Blazevich said.

Dabo Swinney spent some time speaking with Blazevich, though there wasn't much of a message to pass along to the 6-foot-5, 240-pound prospect.

"We've talked a lot," Blazevich said. "We both know where we're coming from."

June 1 remains as the deadline for his decision. As he hits the home stretch, Blazevich wants to visit each of his finalists one final time.

This was Clemson's last chance to have him on campus before then.

"I've been to Notre Dame and Georgia already. I got to see Georgia on Thursday. I cancelled the Ohio State trip because of bad weather. I'm going to Ole Miss next week. If I can, the week after, I'll plan another Ohio State trip," Blazevich said.

A decision could be rendered before June.

"As soon as I can decide, I understand there are limited spots on every team, and they're trying to fill them up, too," Blazevich said.

As a junior, he caught 30 passes for 379 yards with five touchdowns.

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