WR talks with Jeff Scott in Clemson

Clemson grey-shirt offer Stanton Seckinger spoke one-on-one with wide receivers coach Jeff Scott after Saturday's loss to Miami.

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The Porter-Gaud (Charleston) senior spent a few minutes with Scott in the West End Zone.

"He was just saying, ‘Our position on you is the same. We still want you here and want you to come be a Clemson Tiger.' He told me, if football was out of it, what school would I be happy at," Seckinger told CUTigers on Sunday. "You just never know what happens. That was a good point. My coach told me that, my parents told me that. It's obviously a point I need to think about.

"He said, ‘We still want you here really bad and we'll be keeping in touch with you over the next couple of weeks.'"

Like so many others, Seckinger was a late arrival to the game because of the traffic heading into Tigertown for the noon kickoff.

That didn't ruin his experience, though.

"It went really well. The atmosphere for a noon game was awesome," Seckinger said. "Obviously, going into a game like that, it's in the middle of the day, it's questionable how it will be. But it was unbelievable."

The visit was the first-time he's been to Clemson since camping at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp over the summer.

"It was a great day and a great experience. It's always fun to come back up [to Clemson] for a game," Seckinger said.

He has 52 receptions for 924 yards and 12 touchdowns this season.

Seckinger will visit NC State next weekend. The Wolfpack have offered. A decision will follow shortly after the trip to Raleigh.

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