QB Jawon Pass Profile
Before leaving Tigertown, Pass picked up a Clemson offer.
"I was excited. It was just overwhelming," he told CUTigers over the weekend.
Pass and several of his Carver [Columbus, Ga.] teammates camped at Clemson on Wednesday.
"I kind of knew they were going to offer me. I wasn't surprised, but I was excited about it," he said.
Chad Morris delivered the news.
"He just said he liked me a lot. He told me that I had a scholarship to come there. He would like for me to come there," Pass said.
There are plenty of things about Clemson that Pass likes.
"I just like everything, the coaches, I like the facilities, I like the stadium, Death Valley. I just like everything about it," he said.
UNC and Mississippi State have also offered the 6-foot-5, 200-pound prospect. He has no leaders.
"It's too early. I'm not even thinking about that right now," Pass said.
Morris offers 2016 QB
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