Five-star DE Korey Foreman (6-4 260) of Corona, CA, who was committed to Clemson for about three months early in 2020, will return to the campus this weekend for the Pitt game. Foreman, who is rated the top prospect nationally in the 2022 class, told Rivals reporter Adam Gorney about his plans for the pay-your-own-way cross-country visit. During this NCAA dead period, prospects are not allowed official or unofficial visits. They can visit on their own but they can not have in-person contact or be assisted by staff members.
Foreman’s senior season in California was moved to the spring, but he is graduating and signing in December, so he won’t be playing it. With no football this fall, he’s had time to make trips, and he has been to Georgia and LSU. Foreman told Gorney he’s looking forward to this return trip to Clemson to see what he can see.
“The journey is not done yet. We still have how many days we have until Signing Day to see where I land,” Foreman said. “The love has never been lost for Clemson. They do everything right to me, and me and my family, we are going to see how far they go. I just want to see the environment one last time, is this is where I want to recommit. Is this a place I’m really considering. We’re going to see some things and vibe out there.”
Foreman, of course, is a special talent. But Clemson is not thin at his position as the Tigers have loaded up at defensive end in recent recruiting classes. Foreman is aware the competition for playing time at Clemson would be stiff, but that’s not a turnoff to him.
“Clemson does have a lot of player. They have wonderful players actually,” Foreman said. “They are excelling right now. All my dogs, I met them at The Opening. God bless them, and I hope God takes them and talents as far as they can go. I can’t say too many things bad about Clemson. God bless everybody up there.”
Along with Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Southern Cal, Oregon and Arizona State are the schools Foreman has listed as the ones he’s focused on going into the final weeks of his recruitment.