DL Albert Huggins Profile
The Orangeburg-Wilkinson four-star prospect was in Clemson for the Florida State game.
"It was good, great. I enjoyed myself. I enjoyed the d-line, enjoyed watching [the game]," Huggins told CUTigers during a recent interview.
Overall, the experience was a good one.
"It was one of the loudest games I've ever been to. It was amazing," Huggins said.
While in town, he spoke with "most" of the Clemson coaches, including Dabo Swinney.
"He was just like I respect you 100 percent wherever is your decision. Wherever you go is wherever you go," Huggins said.
His encounter with Marion Hobby was brief.
"He really didn't talk to me. He showed me where to eat and then we ate. He introduced me to his family. That was mostly it," Huggins said.
The 6-foot-2, 280-pound prospect didn't make a visit this past weekend. He could hit the road again on Saturday, but that's still up in the air.
"I don't know. I might go to South Carolina. I don't know yet," Huggins said.
With offers from all across the country, including Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, UNC, South Carolina and Tennessee.
"I don't really have [leaders]," he said.
So far this season, Huggins has eight sacks, six tackles for loss and three forced fumbles.
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