DE Jeoffrey Pagan Profile
Clemson was the first of several stops for Asheville High School defensive end Jeoffrey Pagan and several of his teammates.
The trip started at 11:30 Tuesday morning. He caught up with CUTigers later that day.
"When we got there, they showed the guys around the football facility. We got to go see the school. That took quite a bit. We were at the academic part for a while," Pagan said. "Then, we went to eat on campus. That took a little while. After that, we got to go on the field and take some pictures."
The stop was the first of two that day.
"We just left Georgia and we're going to Georgia Tech, Alabama and then Florida," Pagan said.
The group will visit Georgia Tech and Alabama on Wednesday before heading to Florida for a three-day trip.
Pagan's teammates that are also making the visits are: Justin Fritts, Josh Irby, Jacob Wright and Maurice Harrison.
"It was a lot of fun. I liked getting to see the academic part, which was really nice," Pagan said of the Clemson trip.
With offers from just about every school to speak of, he'll begin to cut his list down to a final 10 next week before cutting it down to five.
Scout.com ranks Pagan as the No. 13 defensive end prospect in the class of 2011 with four stars.
Pagan ended his junior season with 52 tackles, 14 sacks, 11 tackles for loss and two interceptions.
You can read more about his visit to Tigertown two weeks ago, right here.
Four-star DE takes in Tigertown
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