Four-star RB set for Clemson trip

A number of four-star prospects from North Carolina's class of 2015 will be in Clemson on Saturday for the Georgia game. Two are running backs.

RB Bryce Love Profile

One of those running backs has an offer from Clemson. His name is Bryce Love and he attends Wake Forest High School.

The No. 41 running back in the country will visit with a few friends, 2015 running back Nyheim Hines, 2016 defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence and 2015 running back Marcus Marshall.

Robbie Caldwell recruits the region of North Carolina that the group will be visiting from.

"Coach Caldwell came down, he talked to the coaches. He's a pretty down to earth guy. You can talk to him about anything really. He's just a cool person to talk to," Love recently told CUTigers.

What's been his message to Love?

"[Caldwell] said the offense is very potent. You can do a lot of things with it. I would fit in well in the backfield. And they're definitely going to be strong for years to come. He wants me to try and come down there for [more] games."

Saturday's visit will be Love's second to Clemson. He was in town for the Georgia Tech game back in 2010 with Georgia sophomore running back Keith Marshall, who is also Marcus' older brother.

"I remember the atmosphere, especially in the stadium, around the stadium, before and after the game. It was real exciting," Love said. "The town, it was nice. It was a real nice campus. The people were all nice and just cool, down to earth people. It's real nice over there."

This past summer, Love visited South Carolina, North Carolina and N.C. State. All three have offered, so have Arkansas, Duke, East Carolina, Georgia Tech, Stanford and Virginia Tech.

With no list of favorites to speak of, Love will be on the lookout for a few things.

"Academics, definitely, a well-rounded program, a good campus, a good feel to it, a staff that will be there for you, help you out and make the team feel like a family," he said.

Love ran for 1,043 yards and 12 touchdowns during his sophomore season.

As a freshman, he rushed five times for 111 yards and two touchdowns.

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