OT Taylor Hearn Profile
Taylor Hearn stopped by Clemson for the second session.
"It was good. I had a good time talking to all of the coaches and some of the commits and stuff. I got to get in a few drills," he told CUTigers during a recent interview.
The 6-foot-5, 310-pound rising senior caught up with fellow 2014 commitments Deshaun Watson and Cannon Smith. He also spent plenty of time with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell.
This go-round was the second-time Hearn got to work on the field with Caldwell.
"I liked it. He's a funny guy," Hearn said, "But when he gets serious, he's serious."
As he approaches his final season of high school ball, Hearn has high hopes for the final Williston-Elko football team he'll play for before college.
"I just want to finish strong and try to win a state championship," he said.
His long-term goals are simple.
"Just work as hard as I can and try to earn a starting spot," Hearn said.
Hearn's return to Clemson
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