OL Jamarcus Grant
6-5, 330, 5.0
Mullins High School
Mullins, South Carolina
Mullins, SC native JaMarcus Grant came to Clemson this weekend firm in his verbal commitment. He left with even stronger ties to the Tigers than ever before.
"It was a great weekend," said Grant when reached at his home Sunday night. "I had a very good time. I'd rate it a 10."
Grant also commented on his talks with the coaching staff. "Talking to them was great. I love the coaching staff. They were one of the main reasons that I committed to Clemson last summer," said Grant.
Grant was hosted this weekend by Anthony Waters, and it was that interaction with Waters and the rest of his future teammates that kept Grant feeling good about the Tigers.
"It just feels like home. I love hanging out with those guys and the nightlife was great. It was quite a bump up from what you see in high school," added Grant.
We will continue to keep you updated on JaMarcus Grant, right up through signing day.
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