Will top 2014 RB visit Clemson?

Will top 2014 RB visit Clemson?

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Will top 2014 RB visit Clemson?

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4-star running back Derrell Scott had his Shrine Bowl experience cut short due to an injury.

“It is just a fracture in my hand.  They said I couldn’t play so I went home,” said Scott.

The prize recruit has already taken official visits to South Carolina, Tennessee and NC State.  Derrell is considering taking an official visit to Clemson.

“I am not sure.  I don’t have  any other visits setup right now,” said Scott.

Will the North Carolina standout take his final two visits?

“I am not sure yet,” replied Scott.

Clemson was one of the schools to visit Havelock High earlier this month.

“Auburn, LSU, South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida also came by,” said Scott.

When asked if there is a current favorite, Scott responded, “I don’t have one”.

Derrell says he could make a decision over the next few weeks so if the Tigers want to get in the chase they need to get an early visit.

“I am not sure when I will decide, but it may be by the end of this month or by the middle of January,” said Scott.

What will be important when Derrell makes his decision?

“I am just looking for a place where I can make an impact.  I want a place where I feel comfortable and can get a good education,” said Scott.

Derrell is working on his decision about taking other visits.

“I still have to work through some things,” said Scott.

Still have to work through some things

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