Four-star WR Loves Clemson's Offense

This four-star receiver was one of a handful of top prospects in Death Valley Saturday.

WR Jheranie Boyd Profile

Four-star wide receiver Jheranie Boyd traveled to Clemson on Saturday to watch the Tigers open ACC play against N.C. State.

"I came down with my mom," he told "We got there right before kickoff. I enjoyed the game. It was fun.

"They really got the ball to their playmakers. C.J. and Jacoby Ford really played well. I like the offense they run. They give the playmakers a lot of opportunities to get the ball in different ways."

Jheranie's mother enjoyed her first college game.

"That was her first time going to a college game. She really liked it," said Boyd.

The Clemson staff gave the prize recruit plenty of attention during the visit.

"I got to talk with coach Bowden, coach Napier and coach Swinney," he said. "Coach Bowden said they really could use me next year. He talked about how Grisham, Kelly and maybe Ford will be leaving. He told me I could take Kelly's spot and fill in for him. He said they could get me the ball different ways."

A couple of the quarterbacks at Clemson took time to talk with's No. 8 wide out.

"Willy [Korn] came up and talked to me. I also got a chance to talk with Kyle Parker some," said Boyd.

Friday night Jheranie had another outstanding performance for Ashbrook (N.C.).

"I had six catches for 116 yards and three touchdowns. I only played one series in the second half. We won 42-7. Our offense is going great now," said Boyd.

Several other unofficial visits are planned for the next few weeks.

"I am going to the Carolina game against Virginia Tech. On the 27th I am going to see the Auburn game against Tennessee," he said. "Then I will come back to Clemson for the Georgia Tech game."

The official visit plans are also starting to take shape.

"I have set an official visit with Illinois for November 15. I will go see them play against Ohio State. I am also going to visit Oregon and Missouri, but I am not sure when. I also want to go visit Florida and the other visit is open. It will likely be Clemson or Carolina," said Boyd. Top Stories