OL Sean Pollard Profile
One of the top offensive guards in the south for the 2016 class, Southern Pines' Sean Pollard (Pinecrest HS), will announce his decision today at 12:00 at his high school.
Clemson and Duke are the favorites, with Clemson holding the current lead for his services.
Scout.com's Michael Clark will be speaking with Pollard, shortly after he announces his decision.
Pollard visited Clemson four times this past season, in addition to taking trips to Penn State, North Carolina, N.C. State and Duke. He has double-digits scholarship offers from schools such as Clemson, Duke, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Penn State and South Carolina among others.
Clark was originally planning to announce his decision in August, but at the last second pushed his decision back.
”I’m pushing my commitment date back,” said the 6-foot-5, 300-pound Pollard at the time. “I prayed about it, and talked to my dad and coach. I just want to experience everything in regards to the recruiting process.”
Duke was thought to be the team to beat then. The Tigers will likely take advantage of that postponement later this afternoon.
Decision day for Pollard
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