One of the fastest rising offensive linemen in the state of Texas has racked up his second scholarship offer. And it’s a solid offer.
Arlington (Texas) Mansfield offensive tackle Jeromey Clary has added an offer from SMU, to go along with his offer from Kansas State.
Clary is also getting major attention from A&M, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Utah, Northwestern, Vanderbilt and many others. He hopes with a solid senior season that he will increase his scholarship total.
“I’m always excited about football,” Clary said. “We’re already practicing, and I’m ready to get out there and knock some heads. It’s going to be a big year for us and for me personally.”
Clary, who is 6-foot-5 and 270-pounds, has been timed at 5.2 seconds in the 40-yard dash. But he’s most impressive in pass-blocking situations because of his solid footwork and athletic ability.
So what does he think about recruiting?
“If I had to make my visits today, it would be K-State, Oklahoma, A&M, Nebraska and Utah,” he said. “I’ve gotten invitations to visit all of those schools, and they are very interested in me. I am very interested in them, too.
“I’m going to go see how this all plays out.”