Clemson offers receiver from DC

A group of prospects from Ballou High School in Washington, D.C. visited the Clemson campus on Thursday for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

WR Delonte Moore Profile

Rising sophomore wide receiver Delonte Moore picked up an offer before the end of the day. It was the first offer for the 6-foot-2, 170-pound prospect

"It was good to know. It felt good," Moore told CUTigers on Friday morning.

Moore worked at both wide receiver and defensive back on Thursday. Clemson likes him as a wide receiver.

"It was a surprise, because I didn't really think I did my best, but it was good," he said.

Defensive backs coach Mike Reed and wide receivers coach Jeff Scott made a good impression on Moore.

"I think they're good coaches. I learned a lot from them. I think taught me a lot," he said.

Several things stuck out around Clemson, too.

"I like how all the players, they show each other brotherhood. I saw that it's a family at Clemson. It's a real good environment there. I liked that," Moore said.

Before Thursday's visit, he already knew a few things about Clemson.

"I knew they were a good passing team. They put a lot of people in the league. They have a very good graduating rate," Moore said.

Georgia and UNC have also expressed interest in Moore. The Ballou crew will visit Georgia on Saturday for camp. Top Stories