6-0, 175 pound cornerback prospect Ochuko Jenije enjoyed his in-home visit with Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden and wide receivers coach Dabo Swinney on Tuesday night.
"It was pretty good. It was the same stuff we went through this weekend [on his official visit to Clemson]. We talked some about the Bible and stuff. Other than that it was the normal stuff," he said.
Jenije had the following to say about coach Bowden, "He is a very nice guy. He and his father are both very nice. I'm sure he is a reflection of his dad."
When asked if he has a leader yet in the recruiting process, Jenije responded, "No sir. My top three would be Florida State, Clemson and Arkansas in no particular order. I am going to visit Florida State on the 27th. I have already visited Arkansas and Alabama along with Clemson."
Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden, who was supposed to drop by the Jenije household this week, will now come later in January. "He was going to come this week but I am going on a senior trip next week. I'm leaving on Friday morning so he will not be able to come. He is going to come later on I think," he said.
The talented cornerback left Tiger Town with fond memories this weekend. "Clemson is just a home town. I enjoyed it a lot. I'm not really ready to make a decision yet or anything, but I will after my final visit to Florida State," he said. "Probably on signing day is when I'll announce where I'm going."
The North Florida Christian standout also added that he hopes to be able to play with teammate Marcus Sims at the next level. "I sure hope so," added Jenije.
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