RB Travil Jamison
6-0, 205, 4.5
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina
With just a few weeks to go until signing day, 6-0, 200 pound running back prospect Travil Jamison is ready to name a leader. "Clemson is my leader. I am comfortable with their offense," Jamison told CUTigers.com.
The Tigers are the only scheduled visit for Jamison at this time. "I will be going up on the 21st to see the school and the area. I may take some other visits but not right now," said Jamison.
When will the Palmetto state standout be ready to make a commitment? "It will be pretty soon. It will be before signing day," said the three-star back.
The Greenville High star running back also had some good news for Clemson fans about Markus Boswell, one of the top rising seniors in the state. "I think he likes Clemson a lot," stated Jamison.
Boswell led the state in receiving this past year, bringing in 131 catches for 2,091 yards and 25 touchdowns.
So what are the chances that Jamison will sign with the Tigers? "I would say 76 percent," added Jamison.
Jamison also added, "When I take my visit I will be looking at how I get along with the players. I will also be looking at the coaching staff and the atmosphere, and I also want to look at where I will be living. I want everything to be clean. I don't want to live in a dump."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
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