Clemson invited several major offensive line prospects to its junior day this coming Saturday and many of them are coming in. Tyler Pritchett of Auburn, AL was one of those invited and he had hoped to come in but he said Thursday night he's not going to make it.
Pritchett said he was offered by the Tigers a couple of weeks ago and since then they have kept up the interest in him.
"I really like Clemson," Pritchett said. "I have a great relationship with coach Caldwell. They really want me up there. It's a wait and see game. I'm going to try to get there for a visit."
Pritchett also as an offer from USC but he hasn't heard from the Gamecocks in several weeks. He did attend their junior day in late January. He also holds offers from Mississippi State, North Carolina, Indiana, Cincinnati, Missouri, Louisville, Arizona, Florida, Syracuse, NC State and several non-Power 5 conference teams.
Pritchett said he's been talking the most recently with Clemson, NC State, North Carolina and Syracuse. He doesn't have any future visits planned because he's more concerned about his future as a player.
"I'm focused on trying to be the best player I can be for my senior year," he said. He does not yet have a favorites' list.