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Georgia corner: Clemson 'made us feel at home'

Loganville (Ga.) Walnut Grove cornerback D.J. Rivers visited Clemson on Saturday for the game against South Carolina State.

The Clemson Insider caught up with Rivers, who enjoyed his time in Tiger Town.

“I loved it,” Rivers said. “The atmosphere was great. It was a great visit.”

Rivers said he felt right at home in Clemson.

“I enjoyed the way they treated us there,” Rivers said. “They made us feel like we were at home. It’s a comfortable place.”

What did Rivers think of Clemson’s performance in the 59-0 win?

“I loved the way the defense is very physical,” he said. “The offense is smooth and patient. It’s a beautiful site to see.”

As for his season, Rivers and his team are 1-3 heading into a rivalry game against Loganville this weekend. Rivers feels good about the way he’s played so far.

“I feel like my senior season has been my best season so far,” Rivers said. “I feel like I’ve stepped up and taken a leadership role on the team.”

Moving forward, the 5-foot-11, 185-pounder has visits planned to Middle Tennessee and Troy.

 

Photo Credit: HUDL.com

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