Recruiting is always an uncertainity, but one thing remains crystal clear at this very instant. A strong finish by the Tigers will leave little doubt in the mind of one of the southeast's top offensive linemen.
"He was very upset this weekend and a reporter
caught him at a bad time," said Jarrod's father Don Britt.
"The reporter commented on Clemson starting out 3-3 and said you know Georgia is 6-0 why don't you go there?" said Mr. Britt.
"Jarrod has scholarship offers from most of the schools in the top 25, but he wants to go to Clemson. That is the school that really attracted him. It's not whether or not they would compete for a national title this year," added Britt.
Don went on to say that Jarrod will continue to explore all of his options and he'll plan on taking his official visits just as he has maintained throughout the recruiting process.
"He was upset at the Virginia loss, but he but he really loves the layout of Clemson, South Carolina," added Britt. "As long as they win, they'll keep him."
Jarrod had another strong game this past Saturday as he had two crucial pancake blocks on two runs of over 70+ yards. We'll continue to keep you updated on one of Clemson's top verbal commitments throughout the year.
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