Shrine Bowler enjoys Clemson trip

One of the top senior athletes in South Carolina visited Clemson this past weekend for the Tigers' 47-31 win over Georgia Tech.

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Conway High School senior Mykal Moody enjoyed his visit to Tigertown.

"It was great. The atmosphere was great. All the coaches I talked to, it was really good. They were just talking to me about everything. It was a really good trip to go to this weekend, just because it's Clemson," Moody told CUTigers.

He met with tight ends coach Danny Pearman, his recruiter of note, and running backs coach Tony Elliott.

"Coach Pearman was telling me how he came down Friday -- he couldn't talk to me…but he was saying how he was glad that I got the chance to come down and see a game for the first time. He was asking how I liked the game," Moody said. "That's basically what coach Elliott told me. That he hoped I had a good time and he hoped that I could be a Tiger."

The two-star quarterback, who's being recruited to Clemson as an athlete, is still waiting to learn if the Tigers will offer.

"They're just seeing how I've progressed during the season. I broke my collarbone during the summer, so I'm not sure," Moody said.

His next visit will be to either N.C. State or Marshall. Those two schools, along with Kentucky and Ole Miss have offered.

"Every school that I talk to, they want me to come in as an athlete. A lot of schools say that I could come in and play different positions, it just depends on what system we've got to run against what team," Moody said. "Clemson said receiver, defensive back or some wildcat quarterback."

Through seven games as a senior, Moody has thrown for 980 yards and 12 touchdowns. He's also rushed for 450 yards and eight touchdowns.

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