OG Jake Whitley Profile
Whitley's first game day experience in Tigertown was the Ball State game. He was back this past Saturday for the N.C. State game.
"That was my second time going [to a game at Clemson]. I liked it a lot. I liked it even better than last time," Whitley told CUTigers.
He added, "I loved it."
The 6-foot-4, 290-pound prospect spoke with two Clemson assistants while in town on Saturday, recruiter of record, defensive backs Charlie Harbison and offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell.
"They were just asking how my season was going and they were saying that they're going to keep watching me, keep watching my film when they have time, when their season is over," Whitley said.
N.C. State, North Carolina, Auburn and Michigan have also hosted him for visits this season.
Whitley is patiently waiting to pick up his first offer, but he thinks the Tar Heels and Wolfpack could be among the first to come in.
Several factors will be considered as he moves through the recruiting process.
"Definitely the staff, atmosphere and just the academics of the school," Whitley said.
Whitley enjoys round two in Clemson
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