OLB/TE Victor Beasley Profile
Adairsville High School (G.A.) outside linebacker/tight end Victor Beasley will arrive to Clemson Friday evening for his first trip back to Tigertown since an unofficial trip for the Coastal Carolina game. CUTigers spoke to Beasley the night before his official trip to Clemson.
"I'm looking forward to going up there to see how everything is, see what the campus is like and to get a better view of everything," he said.
Other than visiting Clemson during the fall, he went to Auburn for an unofficial. Whether he goes back to Auburn on official is in the air.
"I'm not sure if I'm going to go somewhere else. Right now, I don't know," Beasley said.
He regularly talks to Clemson offensive coordinator Billy Napier, who's handling his recruitment.
"I talked to him about a week ago. He was talking to me about coming up there, and how everything is going to work out," Beasley said.
What position he plays at the next level has yet to be decided, though Beasley said he'd prefer to play tight end when he committed in August.
"I really don't care, wherever I can just help the team," he said.
Jonathan Meeks will serve as Beasley's player host over the weekend. The two have already had several conversations.
"We just talk about what it's like up there and what everything is like," Beasley said.
As a senior, he had 69 tackles and recovered a couple of fumbles on defense and rushed for 828 yards on offense.
CUTigers asked: What's your commitment like? Are you pretty firm with it?
"Yes, sir," Beasley said.
Beasley back in town
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