Morris offers Elite 11 standout

After putting on a strong performance at last weekend's Elite 11 Camp in Washington D.C., Clemson offensive coordinator offered Dwayne Haskins.

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A sophomore quarterback from The Bullis School in Potomac, Md., Haskins was offered over the phone by Morris on Sunday.

"He was telling me that he heard I did well at the Nike Camp and Elite 11 Camp this past weekend. And he was telling me that he couldn't wait any longer to offer, so he offered me," Haskins told CUTigers on Sunday night.

He entered the weekend with offers from Nebraska, Arizona State, SMU and Utah. Along with Clemson, Florida, Ohio State, Temple and Virginia Tech have jumped on board with offers.

"I knew they were definitely interested in me and wanted me to come down to the camp, but I didn't expect the offer right away," he said of Clemson. "It's definitely exciting."

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound quarterback visited Clemson earlier this spring.

"I want to come down and visit, try to come to a game also during football season, but I would like to come down and visit," he said. "I already visited earlier this year with my 7-on-7 team."

Haskins was impressed with what he saw on the Clemson campus.

"It was beautiful. I enjoyed it a lot," he said. "The weight room was beautiful. We got to walk around Death Valley stadium, which was awesome."

With no list of favorites to speak, the class of 2016 prospect is going to consider several factors with while looking at all of his options.

"I want to make sure I find the right school that wants me to go there," he said, "Education, coaching staff, for me, if I'll fit the system."

As a sophomore, he threw for 1,100 yards and had 14 touchdown passes.

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