6-5, 310, 4.95
Sumter High School
Sumter, South Carolina
The 6-5, 310 pound superstar from Sumter enjoyed his visit to Clemson this weekend. "It was a pretty good game. Every time North Carolina scored Clemson kept on scoring. The kickoff return made the game exciting."
Who was Thompson pulling for as two of his favorites battled? "I was pulling for Clemson," stated the prize recruit.
|Thompson at the game on Saturday.|
Thompson had a chance to talk with several of the Clemson coaches during his visit on Saturday. "I got to talk with Coach Swinney, Coach West and Coach Bowden. They told me they really want me to come to Clemson. They told me I could see a lot of early playing time."
Does the prize recruit still list the Gamecocks as his leader? "No, not right now," stated Thompson. South Carolina, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Clemson and Georgia are the favorites for the powerful lineman at this point.
Coach Swinney has been working hard to improve the Tigers standing with the superstar lineman and it appears to be paying dividends. "Right now it has. I'm starting to get into Clemson. I really like them now."
The standout lineman has not scheduled any official visits yet. "I'm thinking about taking an official visit to Clemson the weekend of January 9." Thompson says he's not sure he will take on official to South Carolina because it is so close to home. "I'm not sure if I'll take one. It's so close to home. I can go there anytime."
Thompson will get another chance to see the Tigers when they battle South Carolina in the final game of the season. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.