"The Finisher" may have decision soon

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Brandon Kublanow Brandon Kublanow

6-3, 290
Marietta, GA

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loves to hit people, and can't wait for his own spring practice to start next week.

The Marietta (Ga.) Walton offensive lineman said this week that it has been too long since he’s been able to play the game he loves.

“I am really excited to get spring practice going,” the 6-3, 290-pounder told TigerNet. “I can't wait to get out and demolish kids. It’s going to be awesome. I like just being able to go after someone, especially after the play when you get to see their face and see how terrorized they are. That is something that makes my day, and when their coach comes up to you after game and calls you a name and tells you are crazy, that is awesome. It lets you know you are doing your job as a lineman.”

Kublanow is a 4-star prospect and the nation’s No. 2-ranked center, and he currently holds 15 offers. FSU offered this week, while the Tigers shave been on board with Kublanow for a while.

He told TigerNet that Clemson is near the top of his list, and he hopes to have a decision before the summer gets too far along. In the meantime, he stays in constant contact with Clemson coaches.

“Coach [Chad] Morris is coming by this week, and Coach [Robbie] Caldwell told me he is going to stop in and see me as well,” he said. “I really like the coaching staff and the facilities at Clemson. The campus is really nice, and I know they have a great tradition there.”

He said he is still unsure, however, when he will make his decision.

“I want to take a visit to Georgia, and see Clemson again,” he said. “And now that FSU has offered I want to go there and take a visit. I don’t really know if I am going to set a date yet or not. I just want to see how spring goes and then that last week, look what is down the line. I am not going to narrow any lists down, I just want to pick a school.”

He said the Tigers will definitely be in the mix at the end, and playing time isn’t a big consideration.

“As a lineman, playing time is something you have to work for,” he said. “It would be great, but that is something that when I get there I will be working for it. I think Coach Morris is running the best offense in the nation. He is real energetic, and he wants me there. And Coach Caldwell is a great coach.”

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