RB C.J. Fuller Profile
The Scout.com rated three-star cornerback made the short ride down Highway 123 from Easley.
"I just liked how they get after it pretty hard. It was pretty intense," Fuller told CUTigers on Wednesday night.
Which players stood out?
"At running back, Roderick McDowell stood out a little bit. That's pretty much it on offense."
Fuller spoke with head coach Dabo Swinney and running backs coach Tony Elliott.
What was Elliott's message?
"He was just catching up with me, seeing how things were going, seeing how my grades were. He was just telling me to not be a stranger."
How about Swinney's?
"Same thing, he was telling me that if I was to choose Clemson that I could play running back for them."
Fuller visited Clemson earlier this spring for Junior Day. He also made a junior day visits to Georgia Tech and N.C. State.
Before his trip Raleigh, the Wolfpack offered.
"It was an unexpected offer. It was kind of out of nowhere really, because I hadn't been hearing too much from them," Fuller said.
Clemson, UNC and N.C. State have offered.
"I don't have a timeline right now," he said. "I don't have any favorites."
Fuller plans to visit Clemson and N.C. State for their spring games.
As a junior, he rushed for over 2,000 yards and scored 19 touchdowns.
Fuller had 115 carries for 805 yards as a sophomore.
Fuller returns to Clemson
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