Package deal for Jeoffrey Pagan and Stephone Anthony?


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Jeoffrey Pagan - Defensive Line
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Height: 6-4   Weight: 272   Hometown: Asheville, NC (Asheville HS)   Class: 2011
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Clemson defensive line target Jeoffrey Pagan will make his official visit to Clemson this weekend along with 21 other prospects.


Pagan was injured during the season after tearing his MCL and PCL in his right knee. However, that has not stopped Clemson from recruiting him extremely hard.


"For me, it's only an hour and 45 minutes down the road(Clemson)," Pagan told the Gainesville Sun News. "They treat me like I'm on of their own. I feel like a home atmosphere there. Plus, my mom, that's an easy drive for her to come see me."


He also joked that he and top-rated linebacker Stephone Anthony were "most definitely" a package deal to one school. Though Pagan said he isn’t 100 percent sure they will go to the same school, he said the two elite prospects will talk about it before they commit. And as luck would have it, Anthony is also visiting Clemson this weekend.


The only two schools that are in the running for both top recruits currently are Clemson and Florida, who Pagan says is still in the picture.


Pagan lists Georgia, Clemson, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee as his favorites at this time.


Read the full article on Pagan from the Gainesville Sun News

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Jeoffrey Pagan Recruiting Profile
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