"Got a written [offer] from Maryland and I'm real close to [being offered by] Virginia and Clemson," stated Natale. "Well, I mean not positive but I'm basically going down to meet [Head Coach] Al Groh next week because he doesn't offer QBs until he meets them. I was at Clemson's Camp Saturday and they are waiting to see a few more guys and offer a few so I'm hopeful."
Although things are still very much open, Natale has established a solid group of favorite schools that he plans to look into further.
"My favorites are Virginia, Maryland, Clemson, Rutgers, Mizzou, Michigan State, and Notre Dame, in no order," remarked Natale. "I like the opportunities and just the feelings I get from the coaches and the campuses of those schools."
Natele has unquestionably been accumulating the frequent flyer miles with stops to the campuses of Notre Dame, Maryland, Clemson, Mississippi State and Missouri. And he isn't done yet with future plans to visit Michigan State, Louisiana State, Pittsburgh, and Rutgers, while also revisiting Notre Dame and Maryland.
With 5 quarterbacks technically on the roster in 2004, the Tigers can be extremely selective at the quarterback position. At most, Clemson will take one signal caller in the 2004 class, but don't be surprised to see the Tigers "sit this one out" should they not get the QB they want.
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