Elite 11 MCV Asiantii Woulard took his official visit to Clemson over the weekend. TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with the top dual-thread quarterback as he left Clemson.
“It went really well. I liked everything about it. The people were great. It was a very family oriented enviornment. The coaches and player really cared for each other. They are really competitive and determined to win. They are committed to winning at Clemson,” said Woulard.
How did the conversations go with the coaches Sunday morning?
“It went well. We just talked about the opportunity Clemson has to offer. With Tajh leaving I have a chance to come in and compete. They have a high powered offense. The offense is on the rise,” replied Woulard.
Coach Morris spent a lot of time with his prize recruit over the weekend.
“It went well. He just explained the same things about the offense,” said Woulard.
Tajh Boyd was the player host for the visit. The two US Army All-Americans shared a lot in common.
“We got along great. We are just alike. He is a laid back guy. He loves football and loves to compete. He was also part of the Elite 11,” said Woulard.
How did Asiantii rate the visit?
“It was definitely a ten just because of the people,” replied Woulard.
Coach Swinney will have his in-home visit with the Woulard family on Thursday. Asiantti plans to announce his college destination at 12:30 on ESPNU on National Signing Day.