UGA commit ‘loved' visit to Clemson

Georgia commit Nick Glass visited Clemson on Wednesday afternoon. While in town, he spoke with nearly every coach and several prominent players.

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The trip went well -- very well, as a matter of fact.

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect from St. Pius X Catholic High School in Atlanta visited Tigertown with fellow 2014 Georgia commitment Demarre Kitt.

Wednesday was Glass' first trip to Clemson since the March Junior Day.

"My first visit was great, but this one, they went over the top. They had everything laid out for me. They really tried to impress me," Glass told CUTigers on Wednesday night.

Mission: accomplished.

"It was great. I loved it," he said.

Glass got a first-hand look at the newest addition to the West End Zone.

"We got to go through the new player lounge that no one had seen. It's like a room where they eat," he said. "They just remodeled and got done… [we] got to meet with Sammy Watkins, Tajh Boyd, Travis Blanks -- all the play-makers. They sat there and talked to us for about an hour, watching highlights."

Head coach Dabo Swinney, defensive coordinator Brent Venables, defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison and defensive ends coach Marion Hobby were among the Clemson coaches to speak with the Georgia commitments.

"It was just great being there," Glass said.

Despite his commitment to Georgia, Glass wanted to reciprocate the love that Harbison and Hobby have shown.

"Coach Cheese and coach Hobby do a great job of recruiting me. They haven't given up," Glass said. "I just wanted to show my appreciation by making the trip up there."

Notre Dame, Ohio State, Vanderbilt and Tennessee are potential destinations later this summer. A return to Clemson is in the works for July.

He'll head to Georgia on Saturday.

As a sophomore, Glass had 75 tackles, five sacks, five pass break-ups, four interceptions and four tackles for loss. Top Stories