Three-star wide receiver Alvin Bailey (Seffner, Fla./Armwood) is returning home from a three school visit. The last stop was Clemson and he was high on the Tigers.
"It went great," Bailey said. "It was my first trip up there and I finally got to see the campus. Actually, I saw everything. I had a great talk with the coaches. We talked obviously about the football program but also academics. They also have a really good family type of atmosphere."
On this trip Bailey first stopped at Notre Dame and Michigan.
"They were honestly about the same," Bailey said. "They were awesome. Everything about those schools was great. They have football and academics."
Bailey, 5-foot-11 and 175-pounds, is still open and looking at over a dozen schools. He hopes to trim his list down soon and also visit two more schools.
"I really want to see Georgia and Arkansas," Bailey said. "I will go see them next month. I am open but I may try and narrow things down this weekend."
Bailey is also considering Ole Miss, Mississippi State, South Carolina, South Florida, West Virginia, Vanderbilt, UCF and others.
Bailey visits Clemson
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