Clemson Offer Would Mean ‘A Lot’ for 2025 WR Jerel Bolder

Numerous high school prospects made their way through Clemson last week as Dabo Swinney held the first three sessions of his annual high school camp.

2025 WR Jerel Bolder (Forest Hills, Morrisville, NC) made his fourth trip to Clemson and worked out for the coaching staff on the opening day of the camp. He was one of the more impressive wideouts and he also has an appreciation for how the Tigers run the camp.

“I love how they don’t do any 40’s, broad jumps and vertical jumps and mainly focus on actually coaching you up for the next level,” Bolder told All Clemson Tigers.

Bolder’s impressive workout also made an impression on wide receiver’s coach Tyler Grisham.

“Coach Grisham said I was a good player and better in person and was on the top of his charts,” Bolder said.

Bolder currently has offers from Arizona State, Duke, Maryland, Michigan and South Carolina. NC State is already offered as well and Bolder said that is one of the schools he hears from the most at this point. Although, he is also hearing a lot from Clemson, South Carolina and North Carolina.

While the Tigers have yet to offer, Bolder is certainly on the radar, and an offer from the Tigers would mean something.

“An offer from Clemson would mean a lot seeing how they don’t usually offer a lot of players,” Bolder said. “Again, that would mean a lot to me cause they definitely do things the right way and different down there.”

Bolder is looking to have a decision made before the end of his junior season and is looking for the program he thinks will be the best fit. On and off the field.

“Good academics, life after football, NIL opportunities and receiver development.”

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