WR Rendrick Taylor
6-2, 205, 4.5
Marlboro County High School
Bennettsville, South Carolina
The 4-star wide receiver prospect visited Death Valley again this weekend. "It was a nice visit. The game was really suspenseful, but it was great," said Taylor in an interview with CUTigers.com.
When asked if his commitment to the Tigers is still firm, Taylor responded, "Yes sir. It's very still firm."
The South Carolina standout thought he might graduate in December and enroll in January, but those plans have changed. "I'm not going to graduate in December. It looks like I will graduate in May. I have a 3.8 grade point average right now though."
The Clemson coaching staff was pleased to see the prize recruit in the Valley over the weekend. "I talked with all the coaches a good bit on Saturday. I talked mainly with Coach Swinney. They told me they are looking forward to having me there. They said they couldn't wait."
Taylor is considering taking some other official visits later this year. "I'm thinking about it. If I do I may visit Florida State, Alabama and South Carolina. I will decide by the end of my season."
Does the Clemson coaching staff appear to be concerned about the star receiver taking other visits? "They pretty much know that I'm coming there so they aren't worried too much," stated the 4-star wide out.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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