Printz building momentum

With one full season as a starting quarterback under his belt, things are getting awful hectic for one the top 2013 quarterbacks in the country.

QB Eddie Printz Profile

Lassiter High School Eddie Printz completed 212 of 305 passes for 2,152 yards and 22 touchdowns last season - and he's only a sophomore.

He also rushed for two scores and 95 yards on 22 carries.

While he may not be a household name just- it's likley only a matter of time until he is as he's already been identified by as one of the top quarterbacks in the country for the 2013 class.

Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart was by the school earlier this week. South Carolina quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus stopped by last week. Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Boston College and Miami are all expressing interest.

Printz's father, Eddie, said his son's verbal offers "are being kept under lid."

"He's had several. What we're going to do, whoever gives a written offer July first [2012], we'll take them into consideration," he said. "I'm going to let him commit [by] July 15th next year."

Printz visited Clemson during the fall for the Miami game.

"I like how they throw the ball a good bit. I like how the coaches treat the players," he said.

"I enjoyed going up there. That was a lot of fun. Even though it didn't come out like they expected, they played a good game. I enjoyed that."

Printz camped at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp last summer. There, he worked with former offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Billy Napier.

"I loved the way he communicated with the players. I'm sad that he's gone. I liked him as a coach and as a person, from what I saw and what I know," Printz said.

Since coach Napier's departure, defensive coordinator Kevin Steele has taken over in his recruitment to Clemson. Top Stories