Four-star WR enjoys Junior Day

In town for the first Junior Day of the spring, it was the first visit to Clemson for four-star wide receiver Artavis Scott.

WR Artavis Scott Profile

Late last month, Clemson offered Scott, a junior at East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs, Fla.

"It was pretty good. I got to see some new things I haven't seen before. It was a good experience for me," he told CUTigers on Saturday night.

What stood out?

"The facilities and everything like that. It was pretty cool."

Scott spoke with several of the Clemson coaches.

"I talked to all of them," he said.

The No. 15 wide receiver added, "It was Junior Day, basically they were talking to everyone. They were talking to me, they really want to get me back up there, and they'd really love to have me."

"I was just hanging out with them, just having fun, just getting a connection with all the coaches, not really any type of 1-on-1-type stuff."

Running backs coach Tony Elliott has established a good rapport with Scott.

"Coach Elliott is my boy. He's a pretty cool guy. We talked a few times over e-mail and stuff like that. He's pretty cool," Scott said.

Along with Scott on Saturday were teammates Mason Cole and George Campbell. The trio stopped in Athens on Friday for a visit to Georgia.

Scott has no other plans for the spring, aside from an ACT date next weekend.

As a junior, Scott caught 64 passes for 995 yards and 10 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, he recorded 14 tackles, a sack and a pass breakup. Scott also finished with five punt returns for 106 yards. Top Stories