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During a Monday morning interview with CUTigers, Giella acknowledged that LSU was his leader, but that might change after Saturday, the day he was planning a return visit to Clemson.
"The facilities are all amazing. Everything about Clemson is really appealing," he said. "It's only an hour and something from my house. I really like Clemson so far."
The coaches at Clemson also made a good first impression on Giella, who camped at Clemson last summer.
"They're all Godly men and seem like real standup guys," he said. "I'm looking forward to building a relationship with them through the recruiting process. I guess they like me and I really like them."
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