Sexton: "It was a 10"

Cameron Sexton, one of the top quarterbacks in the southeast, took his first official visit this weekend when he visited Clemson. How did the North Carolina standout rate his visit with the Tigers? Where else does he plan to visit this fall? has all the details in this recruiting update.

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

Sexton traveled to Clemson with his father for his first official visit over the weekend, and he came away very impressed. "I really enjoyed the trip. It was great. On a scale of 1-10, it was a 10, without a doubt," said the senior quarterback.

Tiger fans made quite an impression on the talented signal caller. "The fans are great. I got to eat breakfast with the team and then rode into campus with them. When we came in there were Winnebago's and people everywhere. All the fans were very nice. A lot of the fans came up and said hey to me during the game. It was a great trip," said Sexton.

When asked where he will visit with his other official visits, Sexton responded, "I'm not sure. I may go to Virginia Tech this weekend. The only other visit I know for sure is that I will travel to Florida State for the Clemson game."

Sexton enjoyed his visits with the Clemson coaching staff over the weekend. "It went real well. I really like the coaching staff. I got to talk a lot with Coach Burns and Coach O'Cain. I also enjoyed talking with Coach Bowden. All of the meetings with the coaches went really well," added Sexton.

The 6-2, 180 pound prospect is off to a great start on his senior season, "The season is going well. We suffered a tough loss to Marlboro County this week. The offense has been playing well." Sexton has 7 touchdowns on the season. The first week he threw for over 250 yards and 5 touchdowns. Against Marlboro County he threw for 164 yards.

Sexton enjoyed watching the Tigers run the same offense that he runs at Scotland High School. "That's the type of offense I like to play. It happens to be the same as our offense. Coach O'Cain helped my coach put in the same offense a few years ago. The terminology is the same. I knew what they were doing as I watched the walkthroughs."

The prize recruit plans to wait until later in the year to make his final decision. "Right now, I would like to wait and take my visits. I have always planned on taking my visits and that's what I still plan to do."

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