Top 2022 QB has a Clemson visit that is "one to remember"


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Marchiol says the Clemson visit was one to remember.
Marchiol says the Clemson visit was one to remember.

Nicco Marchiol is one of the top prospects for the 2022 recruiting cycle and already boasts an offer list that includes Michigan, Georgia, Colorado, Washington State and Kentucky. This past weekend, Marchiol visited Clemson for the Tigers’ win over Florida State.

Marchiol, out of Aurora (CO) Regis Jesuit, is on the rise as a national prospect in the ’22 class. Clemson historically is slow to offer at his position until quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter is able to get a complete evaluation. Marchiol understands their process but that doesn’t lessen his interest in the Tigers.

“The Clemson visit was one to remember,” Marchiol aid. “I loved it. I would definitely want to spend my years here. My take-away from this visit was the family and brotherhood they have here and how they care about their players so much. Hearing coach Swinney talk before and after the game was truly something amazing. His beliefs about football and Christ are the same as mine.”

The Tigers did not offer Marchiol on the visit but from what Streeter shared with him, he does plan to continue recruiting him.

“They said they do like me and like my play style, but they do not give the offer until they see them throw in camp,” Marchiol said. “Therefore, I will be coming back in the spring or summer to come to throw for their coaches. I really felt like I was wanted there. Everyone was as nice as could be and gave my family and I whatever we asked for. I will definitely be back for another game.”

Marchiol also has visited Michigan, Washington State, and Utah. He will return to Washington State this weekend and is planning a return trip to Michigan soon.

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