RB Demerick Chancellor
6-1, 185, 4.41
Edison High School
Just like most of his future teammates this weekend, Florida native and Clemson verbal commitment Demerick Chancellor really enjoyed his official visit to Tiger Town.
"I liked it a lot," Chancellor told CUTigers.com. "I would rate it a 10, no question."
Chancellor spent an extensive amount of time this weekend talking with the Clemson coaching staff, including newly appointed offensive coordinator Rob Spence.
"Yeah I met Coach Spence and Coach Burns on Saturday. They talked to me about the offense he ran at Toledo. I really liked what I saw. He sets you up and if you got speed you have no choice but to score," said Chancellor.
Chancellor was hosted this weekend by Reggie Merriweather.
"I had a great time with Reggie, we got along really well," said Chancellor. "We hung out some at some parties and met a lot of people We just had a great time."
Finally, Chancellor added that he is firm in his commitment to Clemson, but that he may take a trip to North Carolina due to a promise to an assistant coach there.
We will continue to keep you updated on Demerick Chancellor, right up through signing day.
Chancellor Hosted by Merriweather
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