Clemson Made 2025 WR Adonis Moise ‘Feel Like Family’ On Recent Visit

CLEMSON- Of all the wide receivers to roll through Dabo Swinney’s high school camps this summer, Adonis Moise was one of the more impressive.

It was the very first trip to Clemson for the 2025 wideout, out of Palmetto, Fl, and Moise came away plenty impressed.

“The campus tour,” Moise told All Clemson Tigers about what stood out. “The film review was cool because it reminded me of my high schools play style. And learning about the PAW Journey. I really enjoyed the entire visit. All of the Clemson staff made me feel like family.”

Wide receivers coach Tyler Grisham also liked what he saw out of Moise.

“Coach Grisham said I ran smooth, made it look easy,” Moise said. “That I have a natural talent and ability.”

After working out for Grisham, Moise now has a better understanding of his coaching style and said he could see himself playing for the former Clemson standout.

“Coach Grisham gave me a good impression,” Moise said. “I can see him coaching me and developing me into the player I want to be. Also he likes to have his best guys and playmakers on the field and his plays can make it fun to compete with and challenging for the defense to guard.”

As a sophomore, Moise had 20 catches for 274 yards. He also added another 136 yards on the ground on just eight carries. As he heads into his junior season, expect those numbers to grow.

Currently Moise has one dozen offers, and he is hearing a lot from Miami, Florida State and Kansas State. While he has yet to pick up an offer from the Tigers, he is on the radar. And if that offer were to come, Moise said it would be validation of all that hard work he has put in.

“It would mean a lot to me because I spend a lot of my time working and trying to separate myself from other elite athletes,” Moise said. “It would mean that they recognize that.”

While he has no timeline for a decision. Moise does already know exactly what it is he is looking for in a school.

“It’s very important to me that the school I choose feels like home,” he said. I want to be developed and prepared for the next level and life after college and football. I would also like to attend a school with history, traditions, and stability with the coaches.”

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