"I set an official [visit] with Auburn on January 14th," stated Stamper, who has already officially visited North Carolina. "I have an [official] visit to North Carolina State on December 3rd and that's about it for right now. I'm just going to wait for the others."
Stamper will have a little preview to his Tigers official trip on November 13th when he unofficially visits Auburn for their game against conference rival Georgia.
With little going on in regards to recruiting not much has changed with Stamper's favorites list, which includes Auburn, North Carolina, N.C. State and Clemson.
"I'm still looking at the same ones," remarked Stamper. "They are all about the same."
Disappointingly, First Coast qualify for the playoffs, but individually Stamper had a great year. With still one game left on the schedule, Stamper recorded 102 tackles and two interceptions.
Stamper will visit Clemson unofficially for the South Carolina game on November 20.
Stamper Sets Visits
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