WR Marquez North Profile
That trip marked the first-time Mallard Creek High School junior Marquez North had been to the Clemson campus.
"It went well. I got to see the sports facilities. They've got a nice atmosphere down there. I like it," he said in a recent conversation with CUTigers.com.
What stood out about the Clemson trip?
"The fan interaction. It seems like everybody really enjoys football down there."
While on the trip, North spoke one-on-one with wide receivers coach Jeff Scott and tight ends coach Danny Pearman, who serves as his primary recruiter for the Tigers.
There was no talk as to whether or not Clemson would offer.
"They haven't said anything about offering. They wanted me to come back in January, for the top 10 juniors. I think that's when they're going to give me an offer," North said.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound wide receiver has received been offered by North Carolina, N.C. State, Wake Forest and Vanderbilt.
This past weekend, he visited North Carolina. Plans to make a visit to N.C. State in November, but no date has been set.
This season, North has 18 receptions for close to 600 yards and seven touchdowns. He's also returned two kickoffs for a touchdown.
As a sophomore at Lumberton High School, where North played quarterback, he had 22 touchdowns, throwing and rushing.
North impressed with Clemson fans
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