UNC commit takes in spring game

Korrin Wiggins, one of the first commitments to North Carolina's 2013 class, visited Clemson on Saturday for the Orange and White spring game.

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Saturday was the first visit to Clemson for the Hillside High School [Durham, N.C.] junior.

"It was great. I went down there with my dad and my teammate [Trevion Thompson]. I liked it a lot," Wiggins told CUTigers on Monday.

What stood out?

"The facilities, the campus and the game, how they played."

Wiggins met with several of the Tigers' coaches.

"I spoke to coach [Robbie] Caldwell, coach [Charlie] Harbison, coach [Brent] Venables and coach [Dabo] Swinney," he said.

And what was their message?

"Clemson is a great place, a great school. The paw is recognized everywhere. They want me. I have to want them back. They're not going to beg me to come to Clemson. They like the way I play. They like that I'm versatile -- I can play corner and safety, and some nickel and some dime."

The Tigers have a shot at landing the 6-foot-1, 190-pound prospect.

"I have a lot of interest in Clemson. They're probably the No. 2 school, right now, my No. 2 school," he said.

Along with the trip to Clemson, Wiggins visited North Carolina, Duke and Wake Forest this spring.

As a junior, he had 80 tackles, six interceptions, two forced fumbles and a touchdown.

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