Is Muse a Future Two Sport Star?

Clemson commitment Paul Muse took his official visit to Clemson over the weekend, where he spent time with two coaching staffs. Will Coach Bowden share Muse with another coach at Clemson? has the latest in this recruiting update. <BR>

TE Paul Muse
6-5, 230, 4.9
First Coast High School
Jacksonville, Florida

The 6-5, 230 pound prospect made the long trip up from Florida to Tiger Town this weekend with his family. "It was a great visit. I came up with my parents and my little brother. It was their first visit. We all had a pretty good time," Muse told

How would Muse rate the visit on a scale of one to ten? "I would rate it a ten," stated Muse.

Paul's parents enjoyed the meeting with Coach Bowden. "My parents were very impressed with Coach Bowden just like they were when he came to the house for a visit. He leaves a really good impression," said the Florida native.

"It was fun. My player host was Brandon Croley. We hung around with T.J., Quentez, Terrell Smith and Tyler Grisham. Me and Quentez had been keeping in touch."

The Florida prospects are already making roommate plans for when they enroll at Clemson. "I am planning to room with T.J and Quentez."

When asked if he is solid with his commitment to the Tigers, Muse responded, "Yes I'm solid. I do not plan to take any other visits."

In an upcoming issue of CUTigers The Magazine, Muse goes into detail about the possibility of playing two sports for the Tigers next year. He also continued to explore that option this weekend.

"I'm still lifting, but we are getting ready to start baseball so I will stop soon," said Muse. "I spoke with the baseball coach this weekend. He is going to come see me when they come down for the ACC baseball tournament in Jacksonville. I would like to play both sports for Clemson if I can."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding tight end from Florida, right up through signing day 2005. Top Stories