Jumbo ATH will visit again

After two Tigertown trips during the spring, Signal Mountain High School rising junior Harrison Moon camped at Clemson in June.

ATH Harrison Moon Profile

Moon visited once to watch practice and again for the Orange and White game. He returned for the first session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp and plans to be back later this month for the Georgia game.

"It's just a really pretty campus. It's a really great academic school with a great coaching staff. It's just a really great place. I've been there a lot. I kind of know my way around. It's not too big. That's what I like," Moon recently told CUTigers.

The 6-foot-5, 235-pound prospect from Tennessee worked at both tight end and offensive tackle during the Clemson camp.

"It was great working with coach [Robbie] Caldwell," Moon said. "They went real easy on me, I guess, because I had to learn a completely new position. That was awesome. Coach Swinney came over to teach me some things. It was great."

Tight end is the position he plays at Signal Mountain, but offensive tackle could be his home when he gets to the next level.

"Coach [Dan] Brooks told me that's probably where my future is going to be in college football," Moon said. "I'm not really too picky. I just want to have an opportunity to play at the next level. I'm totally fine with that. Wherever they want me to play, I'll play."

In addition to his Clemson camp stop, Moon also camped at Memphis, Vanderbilt, Alabama, LSU, Florida, Florida State, Southern Cal, Tennessee and UT-Chattanooga this summer.

Vanderbilt and UT-Chattanooga have offered.

"I think schools are going to wait and see what happens this year. I'm not really expecting anything anytime soon," he said.

Moon has no favorites.

"I'm kind of open to everything right now," he said.

A couple of factors will be considered.

"Most importantly, I want to go to a pretty good academic school. That's the main thing," Moon said. "I want to go to a more stable program. I don't want to go somewhere that has coaching changes. I kind of want a stable program with guys that I'll probably play for."

As a sophomore, Moon caught 10 passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns.

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