Lowcountry DB camps at Clemson

This three-star from the Lowcountry visited Clemson for two hours on the last day of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

WR Jabril Solomon Profile

Hemingway High School senior Jabril Solomon stopped by Tigertown from 10-12 that morning. He also visited ECU and N.C. State this summer.

Rated as the No. 73 wide receiver in the class of 2012 by Scout.com, Solomon has received offers from Clemson, ECU, N.C. State and Nebraska. The Tigers and Pirates make up his top-two.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound prospect lists Clemson and ECU as his favorites, in order.

"They've got nice academics. They've got good tutoring and the coaches are nice, too," Solomon told CUTigers.com.

He met with recruiter or note Danny Pearman and briefly spoke to defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison.

"He was showing me around again and was saying that he would like me to come," Solomon said of the conversation with Pearman.

"I was touring around the campus again with the coaches. I sat outside looking at their camp," he said.

With ECU, he likes "where the school is located and the coaches."

"They throw the ball a lot. I like the coaches," Solomon said.

ECU has offered him to play wide receiver while Clemson has offered to play defensive back. He would prefer to play on the offensive side of the ball. The Pirates have the advantage over the Tigers.

A decision is expected to be made during the middle of his senior season.

As a junior, Solomon caught 60 passes for 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, he grabbed in 10 interceptions.

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