"I just kind of want to get used to the environment," "It's the same thing really [each visit]: I'm excited every time I talk to them. It feels good to know a team and coaches and a staff want to take a chance on me. I didn't really think that a school would take a chance with me with my grade history."
The way Higgins talks about the Tigers one would think the Scout.com three-star prospect is ready to commit, and he is – sort of.
"I'm still thinking about it," explained Higgins. "I'm going to wait. I talked it over with my cousin [former South Carolina offensive lineman Andre Spearman] and I'm going to wait until the Shrine Bowl probably. I want to wait to see what other schools are going to show me interest. My cousin called me the other night; he said that [South] Carolina said they are going to offer me the same thing Clemson offered me."
Higgins is supposed to continue his unofficial visits with a trip to Columbia in the upcoming weeks with his cousin to get a better look at the Gamecocks.
Higgins Still Talking Commitment?
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