WR Tehvyn Brantley Profile
5-9, 175 pound wide receiver prospect Tehvyn Brantley just returned from a trip out west when he was contacted by CUTigers.com earlier this week.
"I just got back from California this morning," he said. "I went to Southern California for a visit. It was amazing. Pete Carroll was wonderful.
"The weather was crazy. It was like 75 or 80 every day."
Tehvyn also participated in the FBU camp while he was in California.
"It was a great competition. We had some NFL guys teaching us. When you have Andre Rison teaching you how to run routes that is cool," said Brantley.
The next visit for him in the recruiting process will be a trip to Clemson.
"I will be down there next week. They sent a letter to my mom's house wanting me to come down for Junior Day," said Brantley.
"Clemson actually recruited me last year. They wanted me to come to camp last year, but I went to another camp. But I will camp at Clemson this year too."
Clemson offensive coordinator Billy Napier has been recruiting the top receiver for the Tigers.
"He is real down to earth. He has been talking to me about all the tradition at Clemson and the new staff they have," said Brantley.
The offer list stands at one, but expect that to change quickly over the next few weeks.
"Central Michigan is my first offer. I am also hearing from Oregon, California, Southern California, Florida, LSU and Clemson," said Brantley.
When asked about his current favorites, Brantley responded, "Southern Cal and Florida are my two favorites. They are my dream schools. I am still wide open right now. I want to visit some other schools like Clemson."
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