Offered ATH talks visits

Among the prospects to visit Clemson's campus the last two weekends, C.J. Fuller is one of the few that's picked up an offer from the Tigers.

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His first visit to Tigertown since picking up an offer from Clemson was for the game against Maryland. He was back again this past Saturday for the N.C. State game.

"It was kind of fun. They started out a little slow but they picked it up and had a big day," Fuller said on Sunday, during an interview with CUTigers.

The visits as an offered prospect seem a little different to Fuller.

"It felt like they really wanted me there…like I was welcome there," he said.

Clemson's offense, led by second-year coordinator Chad Morris has impressed Fuller, who keeps a close eye on the Tigers from Easley.

"They're running the offense pretty good. They have some good receivers, a smart quarterback and they're doing really good recruiting," Fuller said. "Hopefully, they'll continue to be good."

He looks forward to returning to Clemson again on Saturday for the showdown in Death Valley with South Carolina.

"I feel like South Carolina has a good defense and Clemson has a good offense. I think Clemson's defense matches up well with South Carolina offense…I think it'll be a good game. I think Clemson will come out on top," Fuller said.

Clemson remains Fuller's only offer.

"My top three right now are Clemson, South Carolina and North Carolina," he said.

North Carolina: I like them because they have a good running backs coach. They have some good backs. It's quiet up there. You can get a good education. I feel like I could learn a lot up there.

South Carolina: I feel like I would learn a lot in school and also on the field.

Clemson: I like that it's a family. Everything they do is as a team and a unit. I like that they graduate their players.

As a junior, he rushed for over 2,000 yards and scored 19 touchdowns.

Fuller had 115 carries for 805 yards as a sophomore. Top Stories