Among the in-state talent included Conway defensive end Hivera Green, who wanted to get a closer look at Death Valley before he scheduled an official visit with the Tigers.
"I'm thinking about taking an official to Clemson," explained Green. "They were telling me I could come in and start as a freshman."
In addition to the Tigers, Green, who still calls Virginia Tech his leader, figures to also schedule official visits with Virginia Tech, Michigan, Tennessee, and Auburn. However, the 6-foot-5, 255-pounder isn't sure of the time frame those visits will be scheduled.
"I was going to wait until after the season," remarked Green. "But I made the Shrine Bowl so that's going to set me back."
Conway plays their regular season finale this Friday. With Green starring on both sides of the line, Conway currently owns a 10-1 record.
Hivera Green Talks Clemson Visit
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