LB Kalvin Baker
6-0, 228, 4.65
Pacelli High School
The 6-0, 230 pound prospect will take his first official visit this weekend when he visits Death Valley. "Yes sir, I am coming. I'm bringing my mom with me," Baker told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
"I'm looking forward to meeting the players. I want to see what kind of defense they have and stuff like that."
What would the Tigers need to do this weekend to convince Baker to change his commitment? "I don't know. We'll find out though."
The Florida commitment will take his final official visit to Gainesville on January 21.
"I am going to Florida that next weekend. That will be it. Then I will make my final decision. I'm going this weekend just in case Florida doesn't work out," added Baker.
Baker also says that the Clemson coaching staff has been in steady contact with him during his senior year. "Coach Hines comes down to see me a lot. He tells me they really want me. He tells me I have a chance to be a backup next season," said Baker.
The commitment to Florida was easy for Baker as he grew up a Gator fan. "I've been a Gator fan all my life," stated Baker. "That's one of the reasons I committed to them."
Baker would like to major in Business Management or Sports Education. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Georgia, right up through signing day.
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