LB Lateek Townsend Profile
Last weekend, Lateek Townsend was on national television with a Clemson hat on. This weekend, he was in Tigertown on his official visit.
With the flair he showed over the last year during his recruitment, the Scout.com four-star outside linebacker from Marlboro County, picked Clemson over South Carolina and LSU at the Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Tex.
During his recruitment, the four-star was open with to conversation, and he rarely shied away from a chance to share what was on his mind.
Now, it's a tight seal.
"I don't want to talk about my recruiting anymore. I'm committed to Clemson," Townsend told CUTigers after the visit.
He repeated, "I'm not talking about my recruiting."
How was the official visit?
"I had a great time. I'm committed to Clemson. Everything's been going good. If anything goes a bad way, I'm going with it. I'm committed to them," he said.
Did anything stand out?
"I enjoyed everything,"
What about the meeting with Swinney?
"It was real good. He was just happy to have me," Townsend said.
Rock solid orange
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