Chavis: "It was insane"

Chavis: "It was insane"

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Chavis: "It was insane"

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Clemson baseball verbal commitment Michael Chavis was in Death Valley Saturday night to watch the Tigers defeat Georgia.

“It was insane.  I also went to the South Carolina game last year.  That wasn’t the same.  Compared to that game it was incredible,” said Chavis.

Michael was fired up after the visit.  He could only imagine how the over 100 football prospects in attendance felt.

“I be they are all fired up for Clemson now,” said Chavis.

The prize recruit shared the trip with a good friend who loved the Tigers.

“I came with a friend and her mom.  She is the biggest Clemson fan I have ever known.  I have never seen her so happy.  She was about to cry when she came out on the field and saw Sammy and the players,” said Chavis.

What did Michael hear from coach Leggett and coach LeCroy during the visit?

“Whenever I talk with them they just tell me how fun it will be and how they can help develop me.  Coach LeCroy was messing around with me Saturday call me chief,” replied Chavis.

Michael had a chance to spend some time with a number of his future teammates on Saturday.

“It was a good opportunity to hand out with them.  We had a great time,” said Chavis.

Another trip to Clemson is coming in just a few weeks.

“I am coming for my official visit for the Wake Forest game.  I am going to try to attend some other games if I have an open weekend.  Coach Leggett wants me to come up and watch them workout some time,” said Chavis.

 

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