CB Darius Curry Profile
Darius Curry, a 6-foot-1, 170-pound cornerback from Flowery Branch High School, enjoyed the one-on-one work he had with Clemson defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison.
"Coach Charlie, he is definitely a good coach. All of the coaches, they run their program very well," Curry recently told CUTigers.com. "I actually learned a lot of different presses and everything with coach Charlie. He made me a better corner with the different types of presses he showed me."
The June camp stop was the third-time he visited Clemson. Curry made it to Tigertown last fall for the Miami game and was back in the past spring to watch practice.
"It was really nice. I got to see the field. I've seen the weight room. It was very nice," he said.
Aside from Clemson, Curry has also camped at Oklahoma State this summer. A trip to Georgia for Dawg Night is on tap for Friday night.
Georgia has offered his brother, three-star wide receiver C.J. Curry, who became the first commitment to the Bulldogs' 2012 class.
Tennessee, Oklahoma State and N.C. State have already offered the younger Curry.
Could Clemson be on the way with one, too?
"Coach Charlie, he just wants me to continue to grow and get faster and stronger. He said he'll take it from there," he said.
Several factors will be considered by Curry, who claimed no list of favorites.
"I want to see the playing time that I will be able to get in the future," he said. "I also want to have a good connection with the players and the coaches. There's nothing like being away from home, if you don't have a good relationship with the players and coaches."
2013 CB reflects on Clemson trip
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