DL Jacquez McKissic
6-7, 250, 4.8
Opelika High School
CUTigers.com caught up with the 6-7, 250 pound prospect to find out if he was finally ready to make a commitment. "Nope. I don't know yet," McKissic said Sunday evening.
The Clemson coaching staff continues to try to persuade McKissic that he should be running down the hill next season. "I'm still talking with the coaches. I talked with Coach Swinney yesterday. He is telling me to take my time."
When asked why it is taking so long for him to reach a decision, McKissic responded, "I just haven't made up my mind yet."
McKissic also added that is family continues to support his decision to wait. "My mom is fine with it, she just wants me to do what's best for me," added the Alabama native.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from Alabama, right up through his signing with the college of his choice.
McKissic Saga Wears On
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