Muse May Also Play Baseball

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Paul Muse - Tight End
Height: 6-5   Weight: 245   Hometown: Jacksonville, FL (First Coast HS)   Class: 2005

Paul Muse committed to Clemson early during the summer. After sitting back and watching the recruiting process of a teammate, he was all the more happier with his decision.

"I am especially glad I committed early now. I have watched what Ryan (Stamper) has gone through, dodging phone calls, constantly having to answer questions. I am very happy with my commitment to Clemson."

Muse's decision came down to Clemson and Florida, but Muse says everything just pointed to Clemson. Muse made his official visit with the Tigers on January 14.

"My visit was great. Brandon Croley was my player host. I knew him before because we went to high school together. Clemson treated him well during recruiting, and they have treated him well since his arrival. I pretty much knew about everything before I made the visit, except the nightlife."

Offensive coordinator Rob Spence met with Muse and fellow tight end prospect Durrell Barry on their visits.

"He expects a lot from me and Durrell. Last season, he had two tight ends with over 30 catches a piece. We both got really excited when we heard that."

Muse is potentially a two sport star at Clemson. He spoke with baseball head coach Jack Leggett on his official visit.

"I pitch and play first base. Coach Leggett is going to come look at me, when they are down here for the ACC tournament. The schools that were recruiting me for football, all knew that I wanted to play baseball. Coach Swinney agreed that they would let me play baseball as well as football. CJ Gaddis told me it is hard to do from an academic standpoint, but you adjust and get through it."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Paul Muse Recruiting Profile
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