QB Ryan Montgomery (6-3 215) of Findlay, OH is one of the top quarterback prospects nationally in the 2025 class. As such, quarterback coaches from across the country have made their way to his school this month to watch him throw. That includes Clemson’s Garrett Riley who paid his visit late last week.
“I first heard from Riley when he came up to see me throw this past winter a few days after he got the job,” Montgomery said. “It meant a lot for him to come up here again. Clemson is a top school for me, and I am excited to see how Coach Riley calls the offense this fall. I look forward to continuing to build a relationship with him throughout the summer.”
Montgomery visited Clemson during a spring trio through the Southeast. That was his third visit, and he’s planning a return trip in the fall for the Notre Dame game.
USC is also interested in Montgomery and OC Dowell Loggains is expected in this week to watch him throw. Montgomery also visited Columbia in the spring. The Tigers and Gamecocks have not yet offered.
Montgomery added recent offers from Washington and Louisville to a list that also includes Ohio State, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Florida, Colorado, Wisconsin, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Miami and Auburn.
“I am grateful for any school that is interested in me,” Montgomery said. “This process has been a blessing.”
Montgomery is the younger brother of Ohio State freshman offensive lineman Luke Montgomery, a former Clemson target in the class of 2023. His father Mike played linebacker at Miami of Ohio.