CB Trayvon Mullen Profile One of the four to receive a Clemson offer was 2016 defensive back Trayvon Mullen.
"[Venables] came to the school and he was talking to my coaches," Mullen said, during an interview with CUTigers.
He and Venables spoke later.
"We were talking about everything, how everything was in school. He told me he liked me and then I got offered," Mullen said.
And it was one that the 6-2, 180-pound prospect had hoped to receive for some time.
"That's my dream school. I've always wanted an offer from Clemson," Mullen said.
Offered by Venables as a cornerback, Mullen knows one of the Tigers' 2014 signees.
"I know it's a good school and the program is good. One of my close friends is committed to them, Richard Yeargin, so he's been telling me a lot about the school," Mullen said. "He's been telling me that it's a good school and it's like family. He loves it.
"So, even though I don't know anything about it at first, I just loved the school so much. But I know I can get there, because I have the offer."
A trip to Tigertown could be in the works.
"I'm going to try to get up there as soon as possible," Mullen said.
Along with Clemson, Kentucky, Temple, Cincinnati and USF have offered.
‘That's my dream school'
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