Tigers Still in Good Shape?

One of the top prep offensive linemen in the country continues to keep Clemson near the top of his short list of top schools. CUTigers.com has the latest on the four-star standout in this recruiting update.

OL Bobby Massie Profile

6-6, 330 pound offensive line prospect Bobby Massie arrived at Hargrave Military Academy Monday.

"I am doing alright," he told CUTigers.com. "I just got here today. I am just getting everything setup at school. It isn't something I am going to love, but it is something I have to do. I will have to stay for the year. I need to get six classes."

When asked about his current favorites in the recruiting process, Massie stated, "It is still the same schools. It is Clemson, Georgia and Alabama."

With a busy football season ahead, the college visits will likely have to wait.

"I don't have any visits planned. I think I will wait until after my football season."

Clemson assistant coaches Andre Powell and Billy Napier are working hard to make sure Massie understands how much they want him in orange.

"They talk to me about how I will fit in at Clemson. They tell me how I am their No. 1 target. They want to put me beside McLain on the offensive line. We talk about how I am familiar with the offense. It is the same thing we ran at my high school," said Massie.

What is his main goal for the upcoming season?

"My main goal is to qualify. That is the most important thing for me. That is more important than football," replied Massie.

A few familiar faces will be playing at Hargrave with the star lineman this fall.

"I know David Pope from Lynchburg. There are also a couple of guys I know from the All American game," said Massie.

Even though college coaches can't call Massie until next month, he's still getting more than he can handle through the mail.

"They are all recruiting me hard to be honest," he said. "I get about 15 to 20 letters a day. I don't read them all. I don't have time for that."

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