Georgia OL: "I love Clemson the culture"
|Sunday, March 8, 2015, 4:37 PM- -|
2017 offensive lineman Tyler Fanin from Hoschton, GA and his father visited Clemson for its Junior Day over the weekend.
TigerNet spoke with Fanin on Sunday and got his impressions on his visit to Clemson. "The visit was awesome! I'M ALL IN!," Fanin said.
He went to say more glowing thing about Clemson and the people that work there. "I love Clemson the culture, the family and the Clemson way. I would love to be a part of their future which is only going to get better. I would love to be a part of the Clemson family!"
Fanin was able to tour the facilities and got a chance to talk to some of the Clemson coaches. "I sat with coach Caldwell at lunch and had a good time with coach Scott, coach Elliott, coach Venables and Coach Swinney."
"I got invited to the 2015 Dabo Swinney football camp," said Fanin. The 2017 recruit is no stranger to TigerTown because he has been going to the Clemson football camps since he was only 10 years old.
Some of the recruits that he hung out with include Clemson offensive lineman targets - Clark Yarbrough, Parker Boudreaux, Adam Raschilla and J.D. Booney.
Fanin says several schools are close to offering. Louisville, Duke, Georgia State, App State, Georgia Southern and Ole Miss are some of the schools with heavy interest.
His favorite three schools are Clemson, Ole Miss and Georgia Tech. He was recently invited to the Elite Jr. Classic which is an all-star game in December 2015 for some of the top juniors in Georgia.
College athletics are a family affair for the Fanins as several family members have played division-one sports. His dad played at Marshall, his brother is going to MTSU and his grandfather played basketball at West Virginia.