WR Bryan Edwards Profile
Clemson and South Carolina are the only schools that have been by Conway High School to see the 6-foot-3, 180-pound sophomore.
Edwards visited both schools in the fall. He was in Clemson for the Florida State game. South Carolina hosted him for the Clemson game.
"That was a fun game. It was just a sold out crowd. It was packed. It was just a great place to be," Edwards told CUTigers earlier this week, when asked about his most recent college visit.
When asked about the experience in Tigertown for the game against the Seminoles, he said:
"That game was -- the whole campus was just packed. Everybody was having fun, cooking out. Actually, I got to go to a little cookout with one of my friends, who was a recruit -- his family had a cookout, so I had a lot of fun. Inside of the stadium was fun, too, but after the third quarter or so, it started getting a little quiet in that stadium."
That recruit Edwards mentioned is Socastee High School senior wide receiver Hunter Renforw, who's been offered a preferred walk-on spot at Clemson.
Edwards has tentative plans to get back to one of the instate schools in the next couple of weeks.
"I'll probably go up to Clemson and watch a basketball game, just something like that, but that's about it," Edwards said.
And he's already looking ahead to two camp stops.
"Definitely Clemson, for their camp, I'll probably stay there for a few days," Edwards said. "I'll probably go to Black Magic at South Carolina, and we'll see about some other camps, but I know those are two camps that I'll be going to for sure."
Clemson, South Carolina, UNC, Florida and Virginia Tech have all offered.
The Tigers, Gamecocks and Gators were the favorites in the fall.
"That's still the case," he said.
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