WR Hunter Renfrow Profile
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect has been offered to join the Clemson football team as a preferred walk-on. Appalachian State has extended a standard offer.
Renfrow was in Boone last weekend for his official visit to Appalachian State.
"It was good. It snowed a lot, so it was cold. But I really liked it. The facilties are real nice. I enjoyed it up there," he said, during a recent interview with CUTigers.
A longtime Clemson fan, Renfrow has been to Tigertown plenty of times over the years.
"I'm just looking forward to seeing it. My brother and sister go there, so I know what the campus is like," he said. "I'm just going to see if I can see myself there next year, see if I enjoy it."
After this weekend, that's it. Renfrew will be done with his visits and will then weigh his options.
"Probably knowing, if I never play football, would I still enjoy going the school there? That's probably the big thing I'm deciding on right now," he said.
The decision will be made sometime before Signing Day, which is less than two weeks away.
"Probably as it happens, I'll go on my official this weekend, then, probably in the next two weeks I'll make my decision final," Renfrow said. "I'll just sit down with my parents, talk about the perks, the pros and cons about each and I'll make my decision."
As a senior, he had 1,500 yards rushing and 850 yards passing with a total of 27 touchdowns.
The preferred option
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