WR Braxton Berrios Profile
Leesville Road High School [Raleigh] junior wide receiver Braxton Berrios was supposed to hit at least three camps this summer.
"I had a bunch lined up for mid-June. Then, I went down to the ECU 7-on-7 with my team, and ended up bruising my knee," he told CUTigers in a recent interview. "My trainer at the school said it would probably be best if did not go to any of the camps, so I ended up not going to Clemson, Georgia or Miami. I had those three lined up."
Berrios wanted to reschedule the Clemson visit after his July 4 family visit to Lake Lanier in Georgia. But since it was a holiday week, a majority of the coaching staff was going to be away on vacation.
"I'll call [Robbie Caldwell] and set it up for sometime this month," Berrios said. "I definitely want to visit Clemson sometime this month."
He hopes to see several things around campus.
"First of all, I want to meet the coaching staff, just meet them. I would like to see the facilities, the locker room, the football field itself. Just everything that would be inclusive of going to Clemson," Berrios said.
A trip to Ohio State is in the works for later this month.
North Carolina, East Carolina, Wake Forest, Maryland and Minnesota have offered the 5-10, 170-pound wide receiver.
There is no list of favorites.
"I just want to wait and get a few more [offers] before I put that out," he said.
As a sophomore, Berrios had over 2,000 all-purpose yards and scored over 20 touchdowns.
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