Clemson added another 2014 commitment on Saturday when Daniel running back Jae'lon Oglesby told Dabo…
Oglesby's monster night
After his stellar performance against Seneca, Oglesby has now rushed 1,906 yards this season.
"I just have to credit my offensive line. They were making all the blocks for me and I was just patient and running through the right holes," Oglesby told CUTigers this weekend.
He added, "That game was big, because it's a rivalry game and it clinched the region championship for us."
The 5-foot-11, 176-pound has been made the short trip over to Clemson for all of this season's home games. He's impressed with what the Tigers have been able to do under second-year offensive coordinator Chad Morris.
"The offense is great," Oglesby said. "It's one of the best in the country. They spread the ball around and run it a lot, so that's what I like about it."
He believes Clemson will keep the momentum rolling through the rest of the regular season.
"I think they're doing really good this year. I think they could win the rest of their games in the regular season," Oglesby said.
Committed to Clemson since he was on campus for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp, Oglesby hasn't received much interest from other schools since his pledge.
"I've gotten a bunch of letters, but that's about it," he said.
CUTigers.com Recommended Stories
Rivalry Week on Scout
Build yourself a sky-high left-over turkey sandwich, cover it in a creamy sauce of hate, and get ready to scream!Read More
Sherman gets best of Kaepernick, Roman
Richard Sherman intercepted Colin Kaepernick twice Thursday in his the Seahawks' dominating win, and had a few things to say about it. Surprise, surprise. Could Thursday's performance lead to a…Read More
Outdoorsman's Gift Guide: Christmas 2014
Finding just the right present for that special someone can be a challenge, so we’ve compiled a wide variety of hunting, fishing and outdoor gifts that you—or Santa—can deliver this Christmas.Read More
Gains in Wheeled Combat Vehicles Closing Gaps
Do advances in wheeled combat vehicles signal that they can now deliver the same mobility as tracked systems in deep mud or sand dunes?Read More
Out, the New Star Wars Trailer Is!
If you don't get goosebumps when the John Williams score kicks in, the force is most likely not with you.Read More