RB Adam Choice Profile
This spring, the three-star running back has already been seen by coaches from several other staffs, including Texas, Florida State, Florida, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Stanford.
He recently caught up with the Clemson coaches. What was their message?
"How they would like to get me back up there and show me around," Choice told CUTigers earlier this week.
"When I was up there before for the spring game, I didn't really get to explore the facilities, not in-depth. I saw it, but I didn't get to actually look at it. It was like, look and keep going.
"They were talking about getting me back up there for visit, so I can actually sit down and talk with all of the coaches, and just meet everybody and become more familiar with Clemson."
That could be in the works, but no plans have been set.
"I don't have anything set, but I definitely want to," Choice said.
In fact, Choice has yet to schedule any visits this summer.
"My summer schedule is kind of hectic with football and baseball, so I'm trying to plan as it goes," he said.
For the moment, there is no list of favorites.
"I'm trying to narrow it down in my head, but there is nothing really huge right now on there," Choice said.
There is no timeframe for any kind of decision.
"I possibly, hopefully, will cut it down this summer," he said.
Choice, who plays quarterback for Thomas County, rushed for 1,650 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior.
Clemson pays Choice a visit
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