DE Carl Lawson Profile
The No. 6 defensive end in the class of 2013 stuck around for the Tigers' 27-17 loss to rival South Carolina.
"It was a good game. I really liked the game," Lawson told CUTigers on Sunday afternoon.
He added, "It's a beautiful campus…I liked it."
Several of the Clemson coaches made sure that Lawson felt welcome while he was in for his first visit to Tigertown.
"I talked to coach Dabo [Swinney], coach [Brent] Venables, coach [Marion] Hobby and coach [Jeff] Scott, a lot of different coaches," Lawson said.
What was the message?
"They want me to come to Clemson."
Lawson was in town with Ryan Jenkins, who was a teammate of Lawson's at Milton High School [Alpharetta, Ga.] before transferring to Lassiter. Jenkins hasn't pressured Lawson into joining him at Clemson.
"He just wanted me to come see a game," Lawson said.
The 6-foot-2, 245-pound prospect has yet to set up any future visits.
As a senior, Lawson had 82 tackles, 36 tackles
for loss and 26.5 sacks.
He had 87 tackles, 31 tackles for loss and 15 sacks as a junior.
Lawson sees Clemson
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