Edwards names favorites

Conway sophomore wide receiver Bryan Edwards has been on the recruiting radar for the better part of the 2013 calendar year.

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The four-star prospect lists offers from Clemson, South Carolina, UNC, Florida and Virginia Tech.

Three of those schools have emerged ahead of the others.

"Favorites, just because I get to be around the schools, it would probably be Clemson and South Carolina," Edwards told CUTigers. "Based on what I know, it would probably next be Florida."

Edwards shared thoughts on each of the three schools.

Clemson: I really like the campus feel. The people, the fans, I like the stadium atmosphere a lot.

South Carolina: I really like the coaches. The coaches talk to me a lot. I've got a great feel for the coaches. I really like ‘Sandstorm' when they play that. That's really cool.

Florida: Florida is just Florida. It's in that state where you can do a lot of things. It's a big campus. Their football team is always pretty good. And it's a big conference, the SEC.

Clemson hosted him for the Florida State game.

"I enjoyed it a lot," Edwards said. "I got to see the campus a lot actually. We stayed over night. I got to see the dorms, because I have a friend that went to the school, so I went to his dorm. I got a good feel for the campus."

It afforded him an opportunity to look at a side of the campus that he hadn't seen yet.

"I'd seen a little bit before, like at the football camp, but I didn't get to walk around anywhere I wanted to," Edwards said. "I got a more in-depth look at it."

Before the game, he spoke with a few of the Clemson coaches.

"I had a little conversation with the coaches, but we didn't really talk about anything. We talked about the season, talked about the game, but that's about it," Edwards said.

In addition to the Clemson visit, Edwards went to South Carolina for the Kentucky game.

"I'll probably visit for the Clemson-Carolina game," he said.

Edwards is receiving mail from Notre Dame and Michigan State, but he's getting "no real contact" from anyone, outside of the schools that have offered.

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