Park pulls double-duty

One of the state's top 2013 prospects made two visits last weekend. His first stop was in Tigertown for Clemson's win over Auburn.

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Junior offensive tackle D.J. Park was one of several Dillon High School players to hit Death Valley on Saturday.

"It went really well for me, to go see Clemson upset Auburn yesterday," he told "Then we went to South Carolina to watch their three-point victory over Navy. That was a pretty good game."

The group, which included classmates Bryce King and Jabo Lee, left on Friday night.

"We had a bye week. We stayed down there at Byrnes and got to Clemson about 8:30 [on Saturday]," Park said.

They left Clemson between the third and fourth quarters.

"The one thing that stood-out are the freshmen going to Clemson. They just went out there and played like they've been there for a while," he said. "That's one of the big things, to me."

Park and company arrived to Columbia around 5:15.

"It's the same sense, the game stuck out the most. I expected more out of them, but it ended up being a pretty good game," Park said.

He'll make another game day visit this Saturday, but has yet to decide if it will be to Clemson or South Carolina.

In regards to a list, or favorites, the four-star offensive tackle is still "wide-open."

Park has offers from Clemson, South Carolina, LSU, N.C. State, Wake Forest and East Carolina. Top Stories