WR Samuel Denmark Profile
This summer, he's hit the camp circuit to up his stock on the gridiron. Stop No. 1 was in Clemson for the first session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
"It was pretty good. I liked it. It was fun and I learned a lot," Denmark said, during a recent interview with CUTigers.
The 6-1, 175-pound prospect enjoyed working with wide receivers coach Jeff Scott.
"He's a pretty good coach. He taught me a lot that I didn't know, taught me stuff that I can use for this season, to help me be a better player," Denmark said.
Clemson has not offered. They're still in the process of evaluating him.
"We have a good relationship…[Scott] was just proud to see that I learned from day one to the last day of me being at the camp, how I was able to grow as a player," Denmark said.
In addition to Clemson, he visited N.C. State for the Wolfpack's one-day camp. He also had a two-day trip to South Carolina earlier this month.
As a sophomore, Denmark caught 40 passes for 912 yards.
2016 speedster enjoys camp stay
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