OT Donell Stanley Profile
The Latta High School junior recently spoke with CUTigers about the visit.
"Me and coach [Robbie] Caldwell would hang out after the camp. I got a chance to talk to coach [Dabo] Swinney and everything," Stanley said. "It's always good to go up there and talk to coach and some players."
His session two camp stop at Clemson marked the second-straight summer he's camped with the Tigers.
"I feel like I had to show the coaches more and pretty much be a leader up there," Stanley said. "I got an offer from there last year. That's what the coaches look at, to see how I play under pressure."
He visited LSU on Monday.
"They have nice facilities and. I got a chance to tour around everywhere," Stanley said.
On Tuesday, he'll visit Alabama. Later this summer, he'll make trips to North Carolina and Ohio State.
Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, N.C. State, Virginia Tech, Ohio State and Florida have offered.
The 6-foot-4, 312-pound prospect has a few areas of his game that he'd like to refine.
"I'm still trying to get faster, [better] foot-work and stronger," he said.
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