Offered WR sets return trip

Clemson offered three-star wide receiver Juval Mollette after he watched Clemson beat N.C. State in Raleigh. A few weeks later, he was in Clemson.

WR Juval Mollette Profile

That first trip to Tigertown was for the Florida State game.

"It was a pretty good trip. It wasn't a good [result] for Clemson, but it was pretty good seeing the coaches in person and talking to them," Mollette said.

The Randleman, N.C. prospect thinks highly of the Clemson staff.

"They're really cool coaches. They're down to earth," he said.

As for the Clemson campus, that also made a favorable impression on Mollette, who's ranked by as the No. 54 wide receiver in the country.

"The facilities are really nice. I knew they'd be nice. The campus is also really nice also," he said.

Mollette will return to Clemson on Saturday for Junior Day.

All of the top instate programs have offered. So have Clemson, Michigan, Ohio State and Tennessee. All schools, he said, are equal.

"I'll narrow it down in the spring or summer, kind of waiting to see if I get invited to the Under Armour All-American game," Mollette said. "But if I don't, I'll probably commit sometime before then."

A couple of factors will be kept in mind until then.

"Somewhere that I know I can get my education, because that is my main priority," Mollette said, "Then football -- just cool coaches, somebody that is going to push me to work hard."

As a junior, he had 87 catches for 700 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"I never really had any colleges that I wanted [to offer]. It all came at once really," Mollette said. Top Stories