Britt Picks Up Another Offer

Clemson verbal commitment Jarrod Britt continues to bring in the big time offers. The Tennesssee Volunteers moved in officially with a written scholarship offer earlier this week. Is one of the south's top offensive linemen still strong in his commitment?

OL Jarrod Britt, (6'4, 278) out of McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Georgia, committed to the Tigers back in early July. Since then, several big time programs have moved in with official offers.

"Tennessee offered Jarrod Thursday and they have unleashed a recruiting assault," said Don Britt, Jarrod's father. "Thursday he had a confirmation letter from Florida State, Florida, and an offer from Tennessee. Not bad... but he remains a Clemson commit. The Tigers will be back on top, Bowden knows what he is doing."

Britt moves exceptionally well for a big man, and with a 30" vertical leap, most experts have him listed as one of the most athletic big men in the country. He will likely play either tackle or pulling guard at the next level.

The rising senior is currently ranked as the #36 offensive line prospect in the country, a 4-star prospect by TheInsiders. "Tom Lemming ranked Jarrod in the top 100 in his latest poll, so that's good too," added Mr. Britt.

Jarrod spent a good part of his summer working out with Clemson freshmen offensive lineman Tim DeBeer, and he's really looking forward to getting up to Tiger Town next year. "I like the way I fit into Coach West's scheme. Also, Death Valley is the prettiest darned stadium I've ever seen. I also like the fact that it's close to home," said Britt in an earlier interview.

McEachern High School opens up their regular season schedule next Saturday August 31st in the Georgia Dome against Walton. Top Stories