Top NC Quarterback to Visit Clemson

Laurinburg star quarterback Cameron Sexton has already visited two ACC schools for Junior days and he plans to visit Clemson this weekend. Who are the early favorites for the talented quarterback? Find out the latest in this recruiting update.

QB Cameron Sexton
6-3, 185, 4.51
Scotland High School
Laurinburg, North Carolina

The 6-3, 185 pound prospect, who runs a 4.41 forty, had a very impressive junior campaign for Scotland High School. Sexton completed 12 touchdown passes, ran for 5 touchdowns and threw for over 1700 passing yards last season.

Sexton is still waiting on his first offer but he is receiving interest from several ACC schools. "N.C. State, Carolina, Maryland and Clemson are all showing interest," Sexton told in a recent interview.

When asked if he has any early favorites, Sexton responded, "State, Maryland and Carolina would be the early favorites. Clemson runs our offense so they are up there as well."

The Scotland High standout has already visited two ACC powers. "I just went to State and Maryland last weekend. It was a long drive, but it went real well. I really enjoyed both camps."

Coach O'Cain and the Clemson Tigers will get their chance to impress the rising senior this weekend. "I am going to Clemson this weekend. My dad and maybe my mom will be coming with me."

What are the strengths of the talented quarterback? "My strengths are arm strength, speed and pocket presence. I also have quick decision making ability."

"I will work my senior year to perfect my mechanics and to complete more passes. I also need to learn how to understand defenses better."

And just what will Sexton consider when deciding where to attend college? "I will look at the atmosphere," said the junior signal caller. "I want to feel like I am at home. I will also look at facilities and academics." The prize recruit plans to major in business or sports management.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding quarterback from North Carolina, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories