"I visited Clemson this weekend instead of Tennessee," said quarterback Chansi Stuckey.
"I like the small town, the coaches and players. They know how to treat you. They are my leader and I am very close to committing to them."
Stuckey is from Warner Robins, Georgia. He has scheduled a mid-week visit to Auburn (1-21). He will visit Tennessee (1-25) and re-schedule a visit to Florida State.
Stuckey has two in-home visits scheduled this week with Clemson (Tommy Bowden and Rodney Allison) and Florida State.
Chansi Stuckey Close to a Decision
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