#STRecruiting: Staley reacts to landing #Clemson offer

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Bray Staley

Speedy WR Bray Staley (6-1 175) of Aiken landed another major offer Wednesday night when he got the call from Clemson receivers coach Tyler Grisham with the news. Staley was already holding offers from North Carolina, NC State, Georgia Tech, Duke, Cincinnati, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Boston College, Coastal Carolina and Miami among others.

Staley said he and Grisham have communicated for a while now and have really gotten to know each other well. That relationship building eventually led to the offer.

“We talked on a daily basis and he came and watched me at track practice and things like that,” Staley said. “We’ve Facetimed so i could meet other coaches and we just check up on each other at times.”

Speed is a big part of Staley’s game, and that’s a big reason he got the offer from Grisham.

“He said he loves my explosiveness, body control and the way i can high point balls,” Staley said. “He said they watched my film a lot and they just love the way I play when I step on the field.”

Staley said right now he has Clemson, North Carolina and Wake Forest as his top three in no order. USC receivers coach Justin Stepp has also been talking with Staley but hasn’t got to the point of making an offer.

“He’s just telling me don’t give up on him, that they’re coming to get me and recruit me hard,” Staley said. “We text a lot as well. I actually feel good about them. They’re still one I’m waiting on patiently.”

This weekend Staley will visit Georgia Tech. Next Saturday he plans to visit Wake Forest and January 23rd he’s going to Virginia Tech.

During the season Staley took in games at Clemson, North Carolina and Appalachian State.

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