Moar Junior’s gonna Junior.

Really, what more needs to be said about this:

Lane Kiffin has offered a scholarship to the son of quarterback coach Steve Clarkson, according to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports.

Pierce Clarkson is a quarterback in the Class of 2023, who just finished sixth grade.

Actually, the author of the piece makes a pretty good funny.

A future quarterback battle may already be brewing as Kiffin made a verbal offer to Kaden Martin, the son of USC offensive coordinator Tee Martin, for a spot in 2022 recruiting class.

Odds on either of these two playing a down at FAU?  Yeah, that’s what I think, too.




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6 responses to “Moar Junior’s gonna Junior.

  1. Macallanlover

    While these aren’t likely considered serious offers given the personal relationships involved, I would like to see the NCAA restrict any official offers to HS athletes who have completed their sophomore seasons. The race to be first begins the insincere, lying, BSing process. Before that point I would prefer limiting it to a letter to a HS athlete (who has played at least one season) that states something like “we are interested in, and will be following, the progress of your development. Good luck to you and your team.” That is non-committal and implies a decision to be be made after further evaluation.


  2. Mayor

    Tee Martin is going to be a HC at the major college level. That is the only point that can be made of anything or anybody mentioned.


  3. Nashville West

    Kiffy is going to be at FAU in 2023 ??? Yeah, sure he is, uh huh…


    • Cousin Eddie

      That was my thought. He has a better chance of coaching in the Florida Penitentiary system than at FAU by then.


  4. Are the parents of these kids laughing when their 6th/7th grader is offered these ridiculous schollys? Setting aside the absurd notion of Kiffin being around at FAU when they actually sign


  5. 69Dawg

    Just a short history lesson. I was at the Coliseum the night that Erk Russell announced at half time of a Bball game that Bill Stanfil and his wife were with child and he extended a football scholarship offer that night. Guess what Bill’s son eventually played for UGA on scholarship. So that is the earliest offer in the history of college sports to actually take place.