Woulard impressed with Clemson

Asiantii Woulard, the Elite 11 MVP, just finished his official visit to Clemson. The four-star quarterback gave the trip a solid review.

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It was the first visit to Tigertown for Woulard, a one time USF commitment.

What stood out?

"Just the whole environment, it's a family-oriented environment," he told CUTigers on Sunday afternoon.

"Everybody cares for each other…everybody seems to know each other and have great relationships, not only within the football program, but even just regular students."

He added, "The coach, player relationship -- their families are involved. Their children their wives, everyone gets involved with the players. It's not just teammates and coaches. It's everybody around the campus.

"The staff, the administration, everybody's all in it together."

Dabo Swinney, the man in charge of it all, had a 1-on-1 with Woulard before the end of the trip.

"He just told me about the opportunity I could have coming to Clemson, and get to experience playing in one of the best stadiums in college football, in front of the most exciting fans," Woulard said.

Swinney said Clemson has more to offer Woulard than football.

"I'd get a quality degree from there, I'd have all kinds of help, and I'd have someone to guide me through if I'm having trouble with anything or having a problem, I could talk to any one of them," Woulard said. "They'll treat me like their own. It'll be a great environment to be in."

The No. 34 quarterback in the class of 2013 has already taken official visits to Kentucky and N.C. State. Before the trip to Clemson, an official visit was scheduled to UCLA for next weekend.

As a senior, Woulard threw for 1,400 yards and had 10 touchdown passes. He also scored nine touchdowns on the ground.

As a junior, Woulard passed for 1,334 yards and threw 14 touchdowns.

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