OLB Larenz Bryant Profile
The Tigers' assistant stopped by Vance High School on Tuesday.
"I really talk to coach Pearman a lot. He just wanted to see me again. He
got one of my highlight tapes. He wants me to come down to the camp this
coming June," Bryant told CUTigers earlier this week.
Florida was the first school to come by. The Gators were through Vance on
Monday morning. N.C. State made their round on Tuesday. South Carolina
stopped by on Wednesday to watch him lift weights.
Clemson sits among the leaders for the No. 9 outside linebacker in the
class of 2013.
"They're very high on my list," he said.
Florida, South Carolina and Virginia are also under consideration. This
spring he took visits to Clemson and South Carolina.
He has not set any plans for summer trips.
"I usually know the week before, so right now I don't really know
anything," Bryant said.
A decision won't be made anytime soon.
"I'm probably going to make mine after the season, because I can't take my
official visits during the summer," he said.
As a sophomore, Bryant had 56 tackles, 16 tackles for a loss, three pass
breakups and two interceptions. He racked up 144 tackles as a junior.
Pearman visits four-star LB
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