Coe impressed with Clemson

2016 3-star defensive end Nick Coe (Asheboro, N.C.) out of Asheboro High School visited Clemson over the weekend to attend its second Elite Junior Day of the offseason.

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Clemson has a long history of recruiting and developing a lot of talented defensive ends. Brent Venables and the rest of the defensive staff just brought in a lot of talent along the defensive line for the 2015 class, and they are already digging the recruiting trails for extra depth up front.

2016 3-star defensive end Nick Coe (Asheboro, N.C.) out of Asheboro High School visited Clemson over the weekend to attend its second Elite Junior Day of the offseason. Coe took some time to recap his trip with CUTigers this week.

"I liked visiting the coaches and seeing the spring practice," said Coe.

At this point, Coe does not have a scholarship offer from Clemson, but he anticipates that time will come. Right now, "I have offers from West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Old Dominion, North Carolina and Charlotte. I think I will get an offer from Clemson," said Coe.

Despite not having an offer from Clemson, there's no doubt the Tigers stand out to the junior.

"I have West Virginia, North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Clemson at the top of my list." Coe continued, "I'd like to commit on signing day."

Heading into his senior season Coe said, "I am excited about being on offense," as his coaches are looking to get him some work at tight end.

As far as his recruitment goes, Coe is planning some more big visits in the near future. "This week I might be able to make it to West Virginia, and I'm going to Florida State next weekend," replied Coe.

The 3-star recruit stands at 6-foot-5 and weighs 247 pounds.

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