Four-star recaps afternoon in Clemson

Four-star recaps afternoon in Clemson


Four-star recaps afternoon in Clemson


Hamsah Nasirildeen got his first look at Clemson when he visited Tigertown on Wednesday afternoon.

The 6-foot-3, 210-pound safety from Concord, N.C. met with defensive coordinator Brent Venables and defensive backs coach Mike Reed.

Afterwards, Nasirildeen met spoke with TheClemsonInsider, to share his thoughts about trip No. 1 to Clemson.

How was Clemson? Did you have a good trip down there?

Nasirildeen: “It was great.”

What were some of the things that stood out about it?

Nasirildeen: “I just liked the feel down there at the school, the coaching staff.”

What all did you get to do?

Nasirildeen: “I got to take a tour of the campus, take a quick tour. I got to see the academic side of things. I got to watch practice.”

Was there anything in particular you took away from those conversations with them?

Nasirildeen: “Just what their priorities are with kids at the school, once they get there.”

What did you think of practice?

Nasirildeen: “It was just the type of stuff you look for when you come to a school.”

What about the campus and the Town of Clemson? What did you think of that?

Nasirildeen: “I like it, the size and stuff like that.”

This weekend, Nasirildeen will visit Florida and Florida State.

As a junior he had 80 tackles, four interceptions and five pass breakups. On the offensive side of the ball, he caught 33 passes for 584 yards and two touchdowns.

According to Rivals, Nasirildeen is the No. 20 athlete in the class of 2017. He’s listed by 247 as the No. 7 outside linebacker.



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