WR Rendrick Taylor
6-2, 205, 4.5
Marlboro County High School
Bennettsville, South Carolina
With two months until signing day, many Clemson fans are wondering if this years class will have another Mike McIntosh incident. And while 4-star receiver, and Clemson commitment Rendrick Taylor has some fans concerned because he is taking a few official visits, Taylor says Tiger fans should not be worried.
When asked if he will be taking any other official visits, Taylor responded, "I'm thinking about it. My mom wants me to take a few just to be sure. I will probably visit SC and FSU. " The star receiver will visit the Tigers on January 14.
Taylor made it clear that Tiger fans have no reason to be concerned. "I'm sticking with my commitment. No matter what. Nothing can change my mind."
Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney also visited with Taylor earlier this week to check on his top in-state recruit. "Coach Swinney came by last Sunday. It went good. I enjoyed it a lot."
The talented athlete is playing basketball now that his senior football campaign has ended. "I'm playing power forward. I'm playing pretty good. I had four points in the first game and nine in the last game."
The Marlboro County standout will get to show his skills against the best players in the Palmetto state in a few weeks. "I'm looking forward to the Shrine Bowl," stated Taylor.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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