QB John Wolford Profile
Bishop Kenny High School sophomore quarterback John Wolford was in Tigertown for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp with 2013 wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood and 2012 linebacker Desmond Huff.
"It was great. The camp went well. I performed really well," Wolford told CUTigers.com. "We got to see a lot of Clemson—the stadium, some of the buildings around it, the campus—it was all very nice."
Seeing Death Valley was the highlight of the trip.
"It's under renovation so we didn't see what it looks like during the fall," Wolford said. "From what I saw, it looks really cool. They fill that thing up. That was probably the coolest thing I saw."
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound prospect enjoyed working with offensive coordinator Chad Morris and was happy to catch up with his recruiter of note, Jeff Scott.
"He's a great guy," Wolford said of Scott, "Probably the coolest coach I've met so far in this process."
After visiting Clemson, the group drove to Columbia for a tour of South Carolina. They also hit Florida Duke and Wake Forest this month.
Wolford, who has yet to receive his first offer, will visit Notre Dame this weekend and noted that a return to Florida for the Friday Night Lights camp could also be in the cards.
As a freshman, Wolford threw for 1,800 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also rushed for 700 yards and eight touchdowns.
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