Clay Greathouse said he and teammate T.J. Vasher made one of the shorter trips to Lubbock compared to some of the other prospects who visited on junior day, but that didn't dampen the experience.
Greathouse said he “loved” his visit and junior day was “fantastic”. He spoke about how he would like to be joined by his fellow teammate.
“I know T.J. enjoyed the visit as well,” Greathouse said during a conversation through text messaging. “I’m not sure about T.J., but I definitely would love to play at a place where I’d get the opportunity to play with T.J. I think I may be able to say the same for T.J..”
At the moment, Kansas and Oklahoma State are high in the mix alongside Tech for Greathouse’s services. Despite being a frequent traveler to Lubbock, the 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman said junior day helped the Red Raiders’ cause.
Greathouse said his favorite part of the trip was becoming better acquainted with the school and the football program.
“Meeting the coaches and just really seeing what Texas Tech is about. Also, watching the practice and seeing the same drills we do at our high school was exciting.”
The recruits also were able to see the uniforms Tech wore in 2014 and took pictures with them.
Greathouse currently does not have a top schools list, but plans to have one by late April.