The 5-11, 180 pound prospect traveled to New Orleans this weekend for an official visit. "It went good. I had a good time. I liked the people and the city. New Orleans is a great city," Ramon McElrathbey told CUTigers.com.
When asked how he would rate the visit on a scale of one to 10, McElrathbey responded, "I would give it a seven."
The Mays High standout is still firmly committed to the Tigers. "Yes, I'm firm with Clemson," stated the prize recruit.
McElrathbey has a good conversation with the coaching staff at Tulane. "It went good. They want me to play defensive back, but also some receiver."
The Tigers and Gators will have their chance to impress the three-star athlete later in January. "I am going to Clemson next weekend.. then I go to Florida on January 28."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.
McElrathbey Talks Tulane
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