OT Jake Fruhmorgen Profile
Clemson is expected to be the team to beat for the four-star prospect, whose father played at Alabama. Florida is the other finalist. Michigan made a slight push over the last several weeks, but the Wolverines have since been eliminated.
Fruhmorgen visited Clemson for the February Junior Day. His return to Tigertown in March was scheduled not long after that trip.
"I had a fun trip. I liked it a lot, because it's kind of quiet. The campus is pretty quiet. liked it a lot. That was one thing that I liked about the school," he told CUTigers after the visit.
"There wasn't just one thing one thing I liked about it. I just got a good vibe as I walked through the campus. You can get a feel sometimes when you go places. I had a great feeling just walking through there, and it was just comfortable."
Fruhmorgen will announced his decision at 3:15 on Thursday afternoon.
Scout.com ranks him as the No. 10 offensive tackle and No. 106 overall prospect in the country.
Clemson has already secured the verbal pledge of the No. 2 offensive tackle in the country in Georgia native Mitch Hyatt. Hyatt, a five-star prospect, committed to the Tigers in February.
Fruhmorgen set to decide
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