RB Albert Ashcraft
6-3, 190, 4.5
Monroe High School
Monroe, North Carolina
Is one of the top targets at running back for the Clemson Tigers getting closer to a commitment? "No, not yet," said Albert Ashcraft in an interview Saturday evening. "I'm waiting to take two official visits. I should know after the visits."
Ashcraft will visit Clemson the weekend of January 9 and South Carolina the weekend of January 16. The star running back had initially planned to take a 3rd official visit to Tennessee, but he has decided not to visit the Vols. "I'm thinking I will not take that trip. They signed another running back."
The Tigers and Gamecocks are both showing the North Carolina prospect a great deal of attention. The 6-3, 190 pound prospect received calls from Coach O'Cain and Coach Roberts on Christmas Eve.
Ashcraft will be looking at the atmosphere and his relationship with the other players when deciding where he will attend college. "I want to see how I feel in the atmosphere at each school. I want to see how I get along with the other players."
The talented athlete also stated that the Tigers whipping of the Gamecocks this year would have little impact on his decision.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
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