Potter calls official visit ‘one of the best weekends’ of his life

Potter calls official visit ‘one of the best weekends’ of his life


Potter calls official visit ‘one of the best weekends’ of his life

All of Clemson’s 2018 commitments and several uncommitted targets made their official visits to Clemson this weekend.

Among the committed visitors was one of the nation’s top kickers, B.T. Potter of South Pointe High (Rock Hill, S.C.). The Clemson Insider spoke with Potter about his experience at Clemson over the weekend.

TCI: How did you enjoy the official visit?

Potter: “It was amazing. We did so many fun things. Honestly one of the best weekends of my life.”

TCI: What was the highlight of your experience?

Potter: “I’d say seeing coach Swinney’s house. It was unbelievable.”

TCI: Who came with you on the visit?

Potter: “My mom, dad and brother.”

TCI: How did they enjoy it?

Potter: “I think they had just as much fun as I did. They started so many new friendships. They’re very happy for me.”

TCI: Who was your player host, and what was it like to spend time with him?  

Potter: “My host was Will Swinney. It was great because he’s going to be my holder. I knew him before but we got pretty close this weekend. It was cool because he knew pretty much everything that’s going on since he is coach Swinney’s son. We had a great time together.”

TCI: What did you hear from the coaches?

Potter: “Just that they are super excited for our class to get there. They’re expecting big things from us.”

TCI: Did you hear of any players committing?

Potter: “Not today but I think we will get at least two or three of the guys there this weekend.”



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