Austin Droogsma profile
The Gulfbreeze, Florida star recently narrowed his group of suitors to three, Clemson, Florida State and Mississippi State. The 6-4, 310 pounder had invitation to visit all three programs this week, but unfortunately one school will miss out on hosting this weekend.
"I am just leaving Florida State right now," said Droogsma. "I am actually in north Georgia on my way to Clemson."
The trip to Tallhassee involved a full camp workout.
"I had a good time at Florida State," said Droogsma. "It was hot, but we had a good camp.
"I learned that it's pretty easy to get lost there. You can get turned around if you don't know where you're going."
This weekend's return visit to Clemson will more of a relaxed affair.
"I am going up there to hang out with all of the coaches at the All In cookout," said Droogsma. "It is really just a chance to relax and get to know the coaches better."
The Gulf Breeze High School standout had the chance to attend Mississippi State's Big Dawg camp Friday night.
"I had to decide between going to Mississippi State and going to Clemson," said Droogsma. "I camed at Mississippi State last month and I really didn't want to go to back to back camps this week."
Droogsma reports that the three schools are still deadlocked as favorites and that he is not sure how he will break the tie.
"I have no clue how I am going to figure all of this out," said Droogsma. "I don't know what is going to be the deciding factor to be honest.
"I just want to take some more time and think about things.
"I am planning on making a decision early in the fall."
Droogsma heads to Clemson
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