Greathouse to Attend Texas Tech Junior Day caught up with Wichita Falls Rider offensive lineman Clay Greathouse for the lowdown on his recruitment.

Wichita Falls Rider offensive lineman Clay Greathouse currently holds no offers, but is receiving plenty of interest from power conference schools.

Greathouse listed the following as schools who have contacted him: Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Arkansas, Missouri, Texas, Texas A&M, TCU, Arizona State, BYU and Texas Tech.

The 6-foot-5, 290 pound lineman confirmed with Thursday he will be at Texas Tech’s junior day on Saturday.

The confirmation came after a question regarding the relationship between Greathouse and Tech offensive line coach Lee Hays.

“Good, he seems like a great guy. Can’t wait to meet him this weekend,” Greathouse said in a text message conversation.

Junior day seems to be nothing new to the Rider product. He’s been to a few of them and plans on going to several more. The only one aside from Tech he knows he will attend at the moment is Oklahoma State.

“I’ve been to a few. I expect to meet all the coaches and some of the other recruits. (I will) probably take some pictures in a jersey, all that fun stuff.”

This will not be the first time Greathouse has seen the campus either.

“I know a little. I’ve been to a game a few years ago, I went to a camp this summer, and I know a little about the academic plans offered there. I know a lot of people that went to Tech, so I know some.”

Score a couple of points in Tech’s favor for the offense Kingsbury and co. run. According to Greathouse, it’s similar to the offense Rider performs.

“I like it. It’s familiar because it’s a lot of the same things that we run.”

Texas Tech currently has two commits from the class of 2016.

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