Two trips in one week

Three-star quarterback Zerrick Cooper visited Clemson twice last week.

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On Monday, Cooper was joined by his Jonesboro High School teammate Montralious Moseley for the first couple of practices at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

On Friday, Cooper was accompanied by his parents for a tour of the Clemson campus.

"Actually, my dad and mom wanted to take a visit as a family. That was my third, my mom's second and my dad's first, so we went for my dad," Cooper told CUTigers on Sunday.

Trip No. 1 to Clemson for Cooper and his mother was back in April for the Orange and White spring game. That visit went well.

So did Monday's, especially since Cooper got to receive coaching from Chad Morris "It was good. I could tell that my mechanics and my footwork have improved after working with coach Morris," Cooper said.

He added, "He's pretty good. I like how active he is with the campers and how energetic he was about working."

When asked about Friday's trip, Cooper said, "We just went around the campus and got a tour of the stadium."

Tennessee was scheduled to have Cooper on campus Monday. UNC will host him on Friday.

Splitting reps with a senior last season, Cooper connected on 83 of 156 passes for 1,200 yards with six touchdown passes.

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