4-Star OL Will Reschedule

Lee Tilley, a 4-star offensive lineman from Ohio, was hoping to visit Clemson for an official visit this past weekend, but a problem with a test score postponed his visit. CUTigers.com has the latest on his official visit plans and his current favorites in this recruiting update.

The 6-7, 310 pound prospect was not able to take an official visit to Clemson this past weekend for the Miami game.

"No, I didn't get to make it this weekend. I had hoped to make an official but there was a problem with my ACT score. That was my very first ACT score. My new one had gotten messed up. I transferred schools and my new school didn't turn in my new score. They turned it in about four weeks ago. They should have it this week. I'm not sure when, but I will try to get there for a game," Tilley told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.

Clemson assistant coach Brad Scott told Tilley that Clemson would like to get the official visit rescheduled. "I talked to Coach Scott last weekend. He said they would get me up there when they can.

"I want to see them play. It's different than watching on television. I want to see what the atmosphere is like at Clemson."

The prize recruit did watch some of the Tigers game on television. "Yeah, I watched some of that one. I watched a few games. It was a real good game. The crowd was intense," Tilley said.

When asked who his current favorites are, Tilley responded, "Clemson, Florida, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Virginia Tech and LSU are the schools I'm looking at right now."

The prize recruit knows three of the schools that will get official visits. "I have visits set with Oklahoma and Arizona State. I am going to reschedule my visit to Clemson. I'm not sure of the other two visits yet.

"We are 3-1 on the year. This year we are an option team. Last year when I got my offers we played the spread offense and threw it like 40 times per game. I like the passing offense better. I feel I am more comfortable with the pass."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from Ohio, right up through signing day.

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