OL Mason Cloy Profile
CUTigers.com caught up with Mason this week after he just returned from a successful fishing outing.
"I just got back from fishing," Cloy told CUTigers.com. "I caught about nine bass. I was fishing with a friend who goes to Spring Valley."
The Palmetto state standout enjoyed his last day in Death Valley as a recruit. In fact, he spent a good bit of time with David Smith, Wilson Norris and some of the current Clemson linemen over the weekend.
"It was awesome. I had a great time. I enjoyed my last day as a recruit," said Cloy. "We all hung out together Friday and Saturday. We had a good time together.
"Wilson and I tried to do some fishing. We were going to go cat fishing but it was raining so we didn't go. Bobby Hutchinson and Thomas Austin were going to come with us."
Cloy was also happy to hear about the commitment of J.K. Jay on Saturday.
"He is a great guy," he said. "It will be fun playing with him.
The Shrine Bowl lineman is looking forward to heading to Clemson, but he is also enjoying his last few months at home.
"I am kind of torn," he said. "I want to get up there and be with everyone and enjoy the college seen. At the same time I am enjoying my easy classes right now. I also enjoy not having to by my own food or do laundry.
"But I will be going up for the second summer session. Every day I am running and lifting. I do take the weekends off sometimes. I just got my wisdom teeth pulled on the sixth so I took some time off then."
Cloy has been talking with a few other offensive line recruits as well.
"I have been keeping in touch with J.K. Jay. I also have talked some with Dalton Freeman," added Cloy.
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