OLB Korie Rogers Profile
The junior from Buford High School gave the visit high marks.
"It was good. It was definitely loud," Rogers told CUTigers last week.
What stood out?
"The atmosphere, just everything, everybody was committed. It was cool."
It was the first Clemson game Rogers attended in Tigertown. Earlier in the season, he was in the Georgia Dome for the Clemson game versus Auburn.
"That was my first time ever experiencing the tailgating and stuff for Clemson," Rogers said of the South Carolina game visit.
The No. 23 outside linebacker in the class of 2014 camped at Clemson over the summer and picked up an offer. His visit for the South Carolina game was very different than what he saw in town while in for camp.
"There were just a lot more people. Tailgating was everywhere, a whole bunch of Clemson fans, a lot of orange," he said. "It was awesome."
Along with Clemson, Georgia, Tennessee and Auburn hosted Rogers for visits during the season.
With close to 10 offers to his name, Rogers has yet to narrow down his list.
"I'm going to worry about that after my football season," he said.
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