Ogren Putting Up Huge Numbers

The Clemson Tigers are hoping to add several offensive playmakers in the 2006 recruiting class and one of the commitments that may be flying under the radar could be part of the solution as early as spring practice.

CUTigers.com has the latest on Alabama standout Jeff Ogren who is destroying opposing defenses during his senior campaign.

"I had one of the best games of the season this week. We won 50-44. I had 12 catches for 125 yards and three touchdowns. We are 10-0 and that was our last game of the regular season," Ogren told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.

The American Christian Academy standout also felt the Tigers' pain on Saturday. "I haven't talked with Coach Swinney this week, but I'm sure he is bent over the game. That's how he is. It was a heartbreaker," Ogren said.

The prize recruit also says that he's on track for January enrollment. "So far everything is on track. It's looking good. It shouldn't be a problem. I will be enrolling in the second week of January," he said.

Ogren will be working out with a former Alabama coach before enrolling in January to try and improve his game. "I am going to work with Homer Smith. He was an offensive coordinator for Alabama and he worked with wide receivers in the NFL. He is retired now and lives in Tuscaloosa. He is going to work with me in November and December," Ogren said.

Finally, the future Tiger will be back in Death Valley in November. "I am still planning on coming up for the FSU game. I'm not sure who will be coming with me yet," he added.

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