SPARTANBURG - CUTigers caught up with four-star safety commitment Ronald Geohaghan last week at…
Geohaghan meets Venables
S Ronald Geohaghan Profile The Tigers' four-star commitment from Allendale-Fairfax spoke for a few minutes with Oklahoma's defensive coordinator, who was also visiting Clemson. "He seemed like a real down-to-earth guy," Geohaghan told CUTigers on Sunday afternoon. "He seemed like a guy that could come in and just fit-in with the program." Geohaghan wasn't sure if Venables would become Clemson's next defensive coordinator. "Only time will tell," Geohaghan said. "Who knows?" Hosted by former Allendale-Fairfax standout Bashaud Breeland, Geohaghan detailed the rest of the trip. "Friday night, we got there and ate dinner at the West Zone. Then we went to coach Swinney's house for dessert. We had a chance to hang out with some of the current players after we left coach Swinney's house," Geohaghan said. "Saturday, we took a tour of campus. I had a meeting with coach Swinney, all the players did. We got a chance to try on our jerseys, see all the new gear. We had a chance to attend the team banquet on Saturday night." What stood out the most about the weekend? "I think the one thing that stood out the most to me, at the team banquet, the seniors got a chance to stand up and speak at the ending of it," Geohaghan said. Geohaghan finished his junior season with 97 tackles (38 assisted), 14 tackles for loss, seven sacks and six forced fumbles. As a sophomore, he was in on 103 solo tackles, 43 assists and six sacks.
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