CB Kaleb Chalmers Profile
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound prospect was joined by his both his parents and Godparents.
"It went good," Chalmers told CUTigers over the weekend.
He added, "When we first got there, we checked in and talked with coach [Mike] Reed. They had the game set up, so we played a couple of games. Then we talked to coach [Dabo] Swinney and we ate."
What was Reed's message?
"He said he was proud of me for making National Honor Society. It was just about academics. We were kind of just talking, having fun."
And how about Swinney?
"He let two people from greenwood slip and he can't let a third slip, so he really wants me."
Chalmers was joined by his parents for the spring game visit. He returned to Clemson a few months later for Dabo Camp. The cookout trip was his third Tigertown visit of the year.
In addition to the Clemson trips, Chalmers visited UNC, Duke and Georgia this summer. The Tigers, Tar Heels and Blue Devils have offered.
As a sophomore, Chalmers had five interceptions at safety for Greenwood. Clemson prefers him as a cornerback.
Chalmers enjoys Cookout visit
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