DE Antonio Riles Profile
And through Riles is listed as a defensive tackle by Scout.com, he would play defensive end at Clemson.
Hobby visited the school just before lunchtime on Wednesday.
"He came out there and watched practice for a little bit," Riles told CUTigers on Wednesday night.
Alabama, Missouri, Cincinnati, Louisville, Syracuse, Wake Forest, FIU and Ball State have stopped by this week. Georgia and Florida will be by later this week.
The No. 51 defensive tackle in the class of 2013 plans to make several visits this summer.
"I plan to visit every place I can. I definitely plan to, because I'm committing right before the season starts," he said.
"Florida and Georgia are both No. 1. Clemson is No. 2."
He added, "Georgia, I've always been a fan of them. I went down to Florida -- I was impressed by the coaches, players and environment.
"That's pretty much the same thing with Georgia, for Clemson. I've been watching since I was smaller. The tradition of running down the hill and defensive ends."
As a junior, Riles had 53 tackles and six sacks.
Hobby pays a visit to Riles
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