Highly-recruited 2023 prospect calls Clemson his 'dream school' after campus visit
Clemson appears to be in a good spot for 2023 3-star athlete Zack Myers.
Myers visited Clemson this week and called the Tigers his “dream school” after participating in the Dabo Swinney camp.
According to The Clemson Insider, Myers left without a scholarship offer from the Tigers. But Clemson clearly made an impression on the North Carolina native.
“They definitely said they liked what they saw,” Myers told The Clemson Insider’s Sam Neumann as part of a wide-ranging interview. “I do know that Clemson has a history of only offering if they think you’ll go there. I understand why they’re taking their time because Clemson would definitely be a dream school for me.”
While Myers doesn’t yet hold a Clemson offer, that could change soon. The Tigers are hosting at least 30 high-profile 2023 prospects this weekend and are likely to start making significant decisions regarding their upcoming class.
Myers already has potential opportunities at several other major programs. He’s been offered by Ole Miss, Tennessee, NC State, Louisville and Virginia Tech, to name a few programs.
He’s the No. 26 athlete in the country for this class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. He told The Clemson Insider that he’s been communicating with Clemson safeties coach Mickey Conn, so that could be an indication of where the Tigers see him at the next level. Conn also serves as Clemson’s co-defensive coordinator.