DL Jacquez McKissic
6-7, 250, 4.8
Opelika High School
The 6-7, 250 pound prospect has rearranged the schedule for his final official visit. "I have dropped Auburn. I will visit North Carolina State this coming weekend."
McKissic will go into the final weekend before signing day with the Tigers holding a strong lead. "Right now Clemson is my leader. It would be safe to say that I am down to Clemson and North Carolina State."
When asked when he will make his final decision, McKissic responded, "I will make my final decision on Sunday after my visit."
Clemson commitment Adrian Kindred continues to remind McKissic that he would like him to join him in Tiger Town next season. "He hasn't really been pressuring me. He reminds me that he wants to play with me and he wants me to come to Clemson."
How will the Alabama standout make his final decision? "We are going to sit down and think about it to see where I feel more comfortable. I will talk with my mom and my uncle."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from Alabama, right up through signing day 2004.
Tigers Lead for DL Heading Into Final Visit
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