RB Mikell Lands-Davis Profile
It was Lands-Davis' [Douglasville Ga.-Alexander] first trip to Clemson since camping there last summer.
"It was pretty awesome. They showed a lot of love. That's what sticks out the most," he told CUTigers during a recent interview.
Offensive coordinator Chad Morris and running backs coach Tony Elliott were with Lands-Davis for a majority of the day.
What was their message?
"Just how they really want me, want me there and how it was more like how they would be my coach once I got there, if I decided to go there."
The 5-foot-11, 203-pound prospect fits the profile that Clemson is looking for in a running back.
"They're always bragging about me, like you have the perfect running style. That's what they need," Lands-Davis said.
A few SEC schools like Tennessee, Auburn and Georgia maintain contact with Lands-Davis. For now, he has no other visits scheduled.
"I need to make some," he said.
As a junior, he rushed for 2,384 yards [8.3 per carry] and scored a total of 32 touchdowns.
Lands-Davis sees Clemson
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