D.C. receiver sees his top school

Among the prospects on Clemson's campus for the FSU game was this wide receiver from Washington, D.C. who favors the Tigers.

WR Delontae Moore Profile

It was actually the second game day visit to Clemson for Ballou High School sophomore Delontae Moore.

"Even though they lost, it was still a good experience, because it was a loud crowd. They still fought, so it was still a good experience," he told CUTigers on Sunday afternoon.

Moore arrived to Clemson with his mother, father and younger brother a few hours before kickoff. It was the first visit to Clemson for his mom and brother.

"They thought it was a good experience. That was their first time seeing something up close like that, so they really enjoyed it," Moore said.

While in town, he spoke with defensive backs coach Mike Reed and wide receivers coach Jeff Scott.

What was their message?

"Just talking about my work ethic and make sure that I do what I have to do."

In addition to his visits to Clemson for the Georgia and Florida State games, Moore has visited Penn State. For now, he has no other visits planned.

Moore, who's missed most of his junior season with a sprained ankle, returned to action last week. In Ballou's 54-20 win over Coolidge, he caught four passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns.

Clemson remains his favorite.

"Just the school itself. They're different than other schools. They have a positive energy."

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