Offered WR takes in Clemson

Jody Fuller, one of the three 2012 wide receivers with an offer from Clemson, was in The Valley on Saturday for the Miami game.

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The Sun Valley High School (Monroe, N.C.) junior picked up the offer after wrapping up his stay at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

Fuller spoke to CUTigers about his most recent trip to Tigertown.

"It was pretty good. I enjoyed it," he said. "I liked the atmosphere and the crowd. It was definitely a good experience."

Offensive coordinator Billy Napier and offensive tackles/tight ends coach Danny Pearman, who's Fuller's main recruiter at Clemson, spent time 1-on-1 with the Charlotte-area wide receiver.

"They were just glad that I came down to watch them play and hopefully get me back up so they can really make me into a Clemson Tiger," Fuller said.

He also spent time talking to Jeoffrey Pagan, Marquise Williams, D.J. Humphries and a few other prospects from the state of North Carolina.

So far this fall, Fuller has already visited Duke and South Carolina for games. He'll be back in Columbia this weekend for the Alabama game.

Clemson, South Carolina, Duke, Maryland, Tennessee and East Carolina have offered.

Fuller doesn't claim any favorites, but has several criteria he's considering while evaluating schools.

"Just a good relationship with the coaches, feel comfortable at the school and playing," he said.

Fuller has about 35 catches 450 yards and eight touchdowns this season. Top Stories