Not to be outdone

D.J. Park isn't the only 2013 offensive lineman from Dillon High School that's already turned heads on the recruiting trail.

OL Bryce King Profile

Rising junior Bryce King has already received offers from Clemson and LSU. Both were given by a couple of best friends from Dillon, Clemson defensive coordinator Kevin Steele and LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis.

Steele called with offer earlier this month.

"We were on a trip going around visiting people and coach Steele called my coach," King told CUTigers.com.

He enjoys having a fellow Dillon boy handling Clemson's pursuit.

"It's pretty cool," King said. "[Steele] is a good man. He's fun to be around."

The 6-foot-4, 280-pound center camped at Clemson on the first day of the second session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp. King and Park worked out with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell.

"That was a lot of fun getting coaching from coach Caldwell and seeing the campus and football facilities," King said.

He and Park visited Clemson earlier in the spring for a basketball game.

"It all looked good. It's a small town, all together," King said.

This summer, he's also visited South Carolina, Alabama and LSU this summer. His only remaining camp appearance is at Lower Richland High School on Saturday for the MVP Camp.

King said he hasn't put much thought into how long he plans on continuing through the recruiting process. But he will be on the lookout for a "great coaching staff, good campus and academics" before a decision is reached.

At Dillon, King serves as the center and long snapper. Clemson has not specified which interior position he has been offered to play.


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