SG Sindarius Thornwell Profile
It was the first-time since the Florida State game in January that Lancaster High School junior Sindarius Thornwell made an unofficial visit to Clemson.
"The best part, I liked playing against everybody and meeting new people. That was really it," he recently told CUTigers.com of the trip on Saturday.
Brad Brownell and the rest of the Tigers' coaching staff kept a close on eye Thornwell throughout the afternoon.
"I talked to all of them, but I talked to coach [Earl] Grant the most," Thornwell said.
And what did the two talk about throughout the day?
"It was more of just a what's up kind of thing? How are you doing? Like that," Thornwell said.
The Scout.com four-star, who's ranked as the No. 8 shooting guard in the class of 2013, made no other campus visits over the summer. Clemson was his only stop.
And, for right now, he there aren't any others set up for the near future.
Thornwell currently holds offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Villanova, N.C. State, Miami, Virginia Tech, VCU, Charlotte, Tennessee State and Georgia Southern.
Georgia, Tennessee, LSU and Wake Forest are also expressing interest, but have not offered.
Overall, Thornwell said, Clemson and South Carolina are recruiting him the hardest.
Are there any favorites?
"No, not right now," Thornwell said.
He currently has no timeline for a decision.
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