Elite LB visits Clemson

One of the top linebackers in the country made his first visit to Clemson earlier this week and had nothing but great things to say afterwards. Read more right here.

MLB Raekwon McMillan Profile

As a matter of fact, the Liberty County High School [Hinesville, Ga.] junior could be the best linebacker in the country next season. He was in Tigertown on Wednesday.

"It was my first visit there. I met with Jeff Scott and coach [Brent] Venables. We went to Chili's and had lunch. After that, we went through the educational part, saw the educational buildings and stuff like that.

"After that, we went to the football facilities, toured the facilities, went to the stadium and got to see the rock. It was real nice," he told CUTigers after the visit.

What stood out?

"The campus at Clemson, it was kind of like Georgia. It's not a big city, real homey, like that."

The 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker enjoyed Scott's message.

"He said something about paw, p-a-w -- we're passionate about winning," McMillan said.

He was also impressed with Venables' track record.

"He's had 16 linebackers that he's coached that have gone to the NFL. That really stood out," McMillan said.

Ohio State will host him for a visit next Friday. He's visited Georgia three times this summer. South Carolina, Georgia Tech and Ohio State have already hosted McMillan for visits this summer.

With 20 offers to his name, McMillan offered no list of favorites.

As a sophomore, he had 97 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, three sacks and an interception.

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