2025 4-star QB George MacIntyre visits Clemson
Nashville (Tenn.) Brentwood Academy four-star quarterback George MacIntyre is spending today on a visit to Clemson. He is seeing the Tigers after visiting Georgia yesterday and receiving an offer from the Bulldogs.
MacIntyre posted multiple photos from his time in Death Valley. One of them was with offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Garrett Riley.
MacIntyre is the No. 30 overall prospect and No. 3 quarterback in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 1 player in Tennessee.
The 6-foot-5, 180-pound signal-caller has multiple visits scheduled for the coming weeks. He plans to see LSU on March 24-25, Alabama on March 28 and Michigan on April 1.
MacIntyre spoke with On3’s Chad Simmons about getting an offer from Georgia.
“An offer from the back to back champs is great,” MacIntyre said on March 14. “UGA is a special place for a reason.”
“My meeting with coach (Kirby) Smart went really well,” he added. “All the trophies, they have a lot of them.”
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Alabama, Florida State, LSU and Michigan are some of the schools to already offer MacIntyre. The Crimson Tide extended one in February.
“Coach (Tommy) Rees is an offensive genius that I believe will do great there,” MacIntyre told Simmons on Feb. 11. “Alabama is Alabama. Their track record speaks for itself. The two paired together make Tuscaloosa very appealing and the opportunity to play for coach Saban is very special.”
MacIntyre is the grandson of former Vanderbilt head coach George MacIntyre, who coached the Commodores from 1979-1985. Meanwhile, his uncle is Mike MacIntyre, the head coach at FIU.
George MacIntyre On3 Scouting Summary
The following is the On3 Scouting Summary for George MacIntyre:
“Tall, strong-armed passer who looks like one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2025 cycle early on. Has a slender build, checking in around 6-foot-5, 180-pounds. Flashes a quick, tight throwing motion with the ability to drive the ball downfield with ease. Comfortable delivering to multiple levels of the field from within the pocket or outside of structure. Capable of placing high-level throws into tight windows.
“More of a pass-first quarterback, but shows encouraging pocket movement and improvisational skills as a first-year varsity starter. Posted an efficient sophomore season while playing against good competition. Doubles as a top basketball player with Power 5 offers on the hardwood. Will need to continue adding mass and strength to his frame. Projects as one of the top 2025 quarterback prospects.”