PG Braxton Ogbueze Profile
Clemson legacy Braxton Ogbueze was supposed to make his first-ever visit to Tigertown last Friday for Rock the ‘John. A scheduling conflict pushed that trip back to Monday.
CUTigers caught up with the United Faith Christian Academy (Charlotte, N.C.) junior point guard shortly after he wrapped up the trip with his mother and father.
"I think it was a good campus and a nice visit," Ogbueze said. "We had some lunch and talked about everything operated at the school. It was nice. I was with my pops and mom. We all enjoyed it."
His father, former Clemson soccer player Godwin Ogbueze, scored 47 goals at Clemson from 1975-79, which ranks 8th in school history.
Ogbueze shared a few details about the conversation with head coach Brad Brownell.
"He just went on about how Clemson has good people. He was talking how it's a sports town, a small town, it's a feel like home environment," Ogbueze said. "That was a pretty good conversation that we had."
Prior to the Clemson visit, Ogbueze last visited Wake Forest. There are no concrete plans in the near future for other visits.
"It was just overall a good trip. We enjoyed the whole thing," Ogbueze said.
Along with Clemson, his current list of offers include: Tennessee, Texas, Wake Forest, Charlotte, South Carolina, Virginia, VCU, Marquette and Indiana.
"I'm considering all schools right now," Ogbueze said.
The four-star guard is currently ranked as the No. 7 point guard in the nation by Scout.com for the class of 2012.
Four-star point guard visits Clemson
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