RB Marquez Grayson Profile
Earlier this year, Lexington High School [North Carolina] junior Marquez Grayson stopped in Clemson for the spring game and again for camp.
His first game day trip to Tigertown was last weekend.
"It went great. Everything seemed great down there. The game went well. The crowd went well. It was a great environment," Grayson told CUTigers.com.
The 6-foot-1, 200-pound running back spoke with head coach Dabo Swinney and running backs coach Tony Elliott.
"He asked me how my season was going," Grayson said, referring to the one-on-one with Swinney. "I told him, it's been kind of rocky. He said, 'Don't worry about it. You'll get through it.' He talked to me a little bit about the game and how he felt about the game."
And With Elliott, "He told me he hadn't seen me in a while. I haven't been down there in a while. He said he understands."
Aside from attending a Wake Forest game with some friends, Clemson's the only school Grayson has seen during football season. He'll head tot Tennessee for a visit this weekend.
With offers from Clemson, Virginia Tech, South Carolina, N.C. State and Virginia, Grayson currently claims no favorites.
When might a decision be made?
"I'll have my decision made before the middle of my senior year," he said.
This season, Grayson has rushed for 950 yards and 14 touchdowns.
As a sophomore, he rushed for 1,328 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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