Another good stop in Clemson

Belton-Honea Path junior linebacker Kendall Joseph made his second spring visit to Clemson on Saturday for the Orange and White spring game.

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Joseph's first trip was in March, to watch Clemson scrimmage in Death Valley. An offer was sent his way a few hours later.

On Saturday, he watched the Tigers' annual spring game.

"It was pretty good. I actually got there kind of late. I had to come back from the Nike Training Camp in Atlanta. I actually didn't talk to any of the coaches. I just kind of slid through and watched some good football. Then, I left with my mother," Joseph told CUTigers earlier this week.

What stood out about the game?

"It was physical, real physical. The offense looked a little more advanced than the defense, but the defense was split up, so it was kind of harder because they were split up. As far as football, it was real fast."

Joseph plans to be in touch with the Clemson coaches in the near future.

"I need to contact with [Brent] Venables. I told him I was going to contact him, but I haven't reached out to him yet," he said.

Aside from the spring trips to Clemson, Joseph has also visited Georgia Tech and Duke. He'll visit Louisville the last weekend of this month.

A trip to UCLA could be in the works for this summer.

As a junior, Joseph had 129 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, 13 quarterback hurries, five forced fumbles and five rushing touchdowns on the offensive side of the ball.

As a sophomore, he had 115 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, two sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and six quarterback hurries.

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