2014 WR hits Clemson camp

An early candidate for billing as the top in-state wide receiver for the 2014 class attended camp at Clemson earlier this summer.

WR Blake Bone Profile

Woodruff High School sophomore Blake Bone made no other camp stops.

"We had spring practice at the end of the year. Then, we were lifting weights, so I didn't really have time to go anywhere else," he recently told CUTigers.com.

At Clemson, Bone worked with his recruiter of note for the Tigers, wide receivers coach Jeff Scott.

"It was really nice. I learned a lot of things, especially getting off jams," Bone said. "Coach Scott, he helped us a lot, coming off the ball and just catching the ball."

What did the 6-foot-3, 163-pound prospect think of Tigertown?

"It was a really good atmosphere and I wouldn't mind being there," he said.

Bone, who does not hold any offers, currently has no favorite.

"It's just whatever schools are interested in me, like South Carolina, North Carolina State, Clemson and Wake Forest," he said.

But Clemson has piqued his interest.

Bone referenced the Tigers when asked about what he'll be on the lookout for as his recruitment continues.

"I'm just looking for some kind of a commitment. Somewhere like Clemson, they're all in," he said. "Somewhere I fit in. They've got to pass it because I'm a deep threat."

Working in Tigers' favor is Javarius Leamon. The three-star offensive tackle is a Clemson commitment teammates with Bone.

"I talk to him everyday," Bone said. "The reason he [committed to Clemson] is because he loved the coaching staff and the players that came back to help at camp. He just loved it -- t felt like it's a family. It's just a lot of love."

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