ATH Jeremy Patterson Profile
The 6-foot-4, 260-pound athlete from Wayne County High School [Jesup] picked up the offer after camping in Tigertown in July.
CUTigers caught up with Patterson before the third annual Georgia Junior Bowl.
Clemson wide receivers coach/recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott is in regular contact.
"He's just telling me to stay in shape, keep it up and I'll be great one day," Patterson said.
Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and LSU continue to evaluate the junior prospect.
This spring, Patterson hopes to visit Georgia and Alabama. He'll hit the road hard this summer.
"I'm going to go to a lot of camps this summer to try to improve my game, so I can have a good senior year," he said.
Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida are likely destinations for camp stops.
"I'm trying to improve my leverage, learn how to get leverage on the quarterback," Patterson said.
This past fall, he saw Clemson for the N.C. State game. Georgia and Alabama also hosted Patterson for game day visits.
"It's a great facility to be around, all three of the facilities. Just, a great place for your school work," he said.
As a sophomore, he had 40 tackles and two sacks.
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