"I didn't visit Georgia this weekend," said defensive line prospect Irvin Brisker.
"I visited Clemson. It was my official visit. I just have a real good time every time I go over there. I like the small town. Everyone is nice and friendly. Plus, I can play early. I am committed to Clemson and I will probably not visit anyone else at all."
Brisker is a giant defensive end prospect from Conyers (Ga.) Rockdale County High School. He committed to Clemson early last year. Brisker, 6-7 and 270 pounds, plays center and averages 10 points and 6 rebounds in basketball.
Is Brisker Solid With Clemson?
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