DeAndre Woods talks ACC visit

DeAndre Woods, wide receiver from Clay-Chalkville, Ala., took an unofficial visit to Clemson this past weekend. The visit to Death Valley was a first for the talented Alabama native. He talked with Andrew Bone about Junior Day.

"The visit to Clemson was a good experience," said DeAndre Woods. "That was my first trip. They were having a Junior Day. We went around the campus. We saw the stadium. We saw where the athletes live."

Woods traveled to Clemson with teammate T.J. McCollum. They are recruited by assistant coach Charlie 'Cheese' Harbison.

"The coaches were happy to see us come because we came from Alabama," Woods said. "They said they like our highlights. They didn't really say anything about offering. They just told us about the college and what all they do."

The 6-foot-4, 200-pound prospect has scholarship offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, North Carolina State, UAB and USC.

"I like everything up there," Woods said. "I like how they run down the hill before the games. It's something new I have never seen. I liked that." Top Stories