Minute with Marlin - Still Committed?

Minute with Marlin - Still Committed?


Minute with Marlin - Still Committed?


By Marlin Lane.

Clemson verbal commitment Marlin Lane, one of the top running backs in the nation, is doing a diary with TheClemsonInsider.com.  Fresh off an official visit to Auburn, is the longtime Clemson verbal still committed to the Tigers?

This weekend I went on an official visit to Auburn.  My dad went with me.  We got there on Friday and left today.  It went great.  I had a good time up there.  It is very similar to Clemson. 

I decided last week I would take the visit.  It is very similar to Clemson at Auburn.  I just wanted to check things out.

I haven’t told the Clemson coaches anything.  There is nothing to tell them except I am still 100 percent Clemson.

I am still committed the Clemson.  Tell the Clemson fans there is nothing to worry about.  The Nite Train is still a Clemson Tiger.

I am only going to take one more official visit.  That will be to Clemson.  That will be my only other visit.  I am going to visit Clemson in January.



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