Outlaw back in Clemson

Josh Outlaw, the No. 12 offensive guard in the class of 2013, visited Clemson Wednesday afternoon with his mom and one of his teammates.

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The Martin Luther King High School [Lithonia, Ga.] rising senior was in town about a month earlier. Outlaw's last college visit was for the Tigers' March Junior Day.

He reviewed Wednesday's trip with CUTigers.

"It was a great visit. We got up there around 12, saw the academic center, talked to coach [Robbie] Caldwell. He got acclimated with my mom. That was the first time I made the trip with my mom," Outlaw said. "They took us on a brief campus tour. Then we got to look at facilities, like the weight room and training room. We went to the team meeting, my teammate and I met with coach [Dabo] Swinney, then we went to the position meetings. Then we got to watch practice for about an hour or two."

The three-star prospect liked what he saw at practice.

"I definitely liked the tempo during practice. I liked the way Tajh Boyd was throwing. Sammy Watkins was great, so were Mike Bellamy, DeAndre Hopkins and Jaron Brown. It was great," he said.

This Saturday, Outlaw will head to Florida for a visit.

Who leads?

"I'm going to be trimming my list in the next couple of months. I'll probably trim my list."

Clemson, Florida, Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and South Carolina are among the schools that have offered.

DeMarquis Polite-Bray, a 2013 wide receiver from MLK High School, also visited Clemson on Wednesday.

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