Real Deep features people who want a deeper interview, who want to be known as a person. These interviews are open ended conversation that lets the interviewee and I develop a relationship and talk about various subjects both on and off topic. A wide variety of things are discussed and almost nothing is off limits, however not everything is on the record. Real Deep strives to let the subject communicate in an open way to the audience. Therefore, most of the words are the subject’s and not mine. This also means that the text is only edited for obscenities and readability, so not all grammatical rules are followed. The audience will gain a deeper insight into the man behind the lights as a result of reading Real Deep.
This week’s edition of Real Deep stars the man, the myth, the legend: Eric Mac Lain. Eric is a Clemson football player known for his stellar character and pride for Clemson. He is also the kind of man you would want your daughter to date. Eric Mac Lain is a genuine person who is the type of student athlete others should aspire to be. This part will discuss his early life, his recruiting, and his commitment to Clemson.
Q: What was your childhood like growing up?
A: I was actually born in Montgomery, Alabama. My father was in the Air Force, he got out and we moved to Tennessee. I lived near Knoxville for ten years and I was a huge Vol fan. Peyton Manning, all those guys. I grew up watching them and went to the games, all the good stuff. Then when the Towers fell my father got back in the Air Force, we moved […]