Venables offers four teammates

While at Florida's Coconut Creek High School on Wednesday, Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables passed out offers to four prospects.

WR Binjimen Victor Profile

Venables offered a trio of 2016 prospects: wide receiver Binjimen Victor, athlete Malek Young and defensive back Trayvon Mullen. Emmanuel Greene, a 2017 wide receiver, also picked up an offer from Clemson.

CUTigers caught up with Victor shortly after he received the news.

"I think that's big…I know all of us have been grinding for it. Knowing that they offered all four of us, it's great," he said.

That afternoon, Coconut Creek head coach Kareem Reid told Victor he had the offer.

"[Venables] was talking to my coach and my coach let me know, I guess he saw my highlight tape. He loved everything about me, how I attack the ball and everything, so they offered me," Victor said.

For him, the Clemson offer joined Cincinnati, FAU, Louisville, Miami, Ohio State, USF, Syracuse, Temple, UCF and West Virginia.

"I like Clemson a lot. It's a great school," Victor said. "So, when I got offered, it was a little surprising to me."

The 6-foot-4, 170-pound prospect is still learning about the Clemson program.

"I don't know much, but I want to visit to get to know everything and go on a tour around their school," he said. "I know they have a great offense and the way they throw the ball, it's a great team."

For now, Victor has no leaders.

"it's kind of too early, but I like all of them mostly, but it's really too early to say I have any favorites," he said.

As a sophomore at Northeast High School in Oakland Park, Victor had 30 catches for 700 yards and six touchdowns. Top Stories