DT Shy Tuttle Profile
It was the first 2012 game day visit to Tigertown for the 6-foot-2, 285-pound prospect from North Davidson High School in Lexington, N.C.
"I expected to be like that, but that place was loud [Saturday] night," Tuttle told CUTigers on Sunday.
What was the best part about the experience?
"Standing on the sidelines watching the Clemson was warming up, being next to the Clemson players."
While in town, he spoke with tight ends coach Danny Pearman.
"Coach Pearman, he came over and said hey," Tuttle said.
North Carolina and Wake Forest also hosted Tuttle earlier this season.
Along with the Tigers, Tar Heels and Demon Deacons have all offered. Tuttle shared his thoughts one what stands out about each of the schools that have offered.
Clemson: Clemson, it's kind of just like where I live now. It's a small town. It's like where I live at.
UNC: Carolina, I just like a lot about Carolina.
Wake Forest: Wake, it's close to home.
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