WR Jheranie Boyd Profile
Four-star receiver Jheranie Boyd attended the second session of the Tommy Bowden football camp last week.
"I really enjoyed it," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It was real fun. I had a great time.
"I hung around with J.K. and Malliciah. I got the feeling about how other recruits think of Clemson. They were pushing me to commit to Clemson."
The commitment timing appears to be changing for the 4-star receiver. Originally he thought he may wait it out, but now he announce a decision earlier than previously thought.
"I really don't know when I will commit," he said. "I am still deciding if I want to graduate early. I am probably going to make a decision sooner than I had thought."
Did the three days at the Tommy Bowden help the Tigers chances of landing the top receiver?
"Clemson always had a great chance. They have always been at the top of my list. The trip just made things better," replied Boyd.
The camp provided Jheranie with his first chance to learn from Clemson wide receivers coach Dabo Swinney.
"I learned a lot from him," he said. "Hopefully I will have a good season and can teach some of the other receivers at school some of the things I learned."
Gastonia (N.C.) Ashbrook's head coach also attended the camp session with Jheranie.
"He learned some of the drills they ran during camp. They are going to send him a tape so he will have everything," said Boyd.
A few more visits are planned for this summer.
"I am going to [North] Carolina next Friday and Saturday. I am supposed to go to Florida and Florida State on the 18th and 19th. We have a team camp on July 6th," said Boyd.
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