The 6-0, 205 pound prospect plans to take his first and possibly only official visit when he travels to Clemson later this month. "I am going to visit on January 28. I don't have my score yet but I expect to have it before the visit. Right now, that is the only visit I am planning," Jamison told CUTigers.com.
"I still plan to make my commitment before signing day."
Clemson continues to hold the lead for the Greenville High star running back. The chance of a commitment to the Tigers continues to increase. Last week Jamison told CUTigers.com that there was a 76 percent chance that he commits to Clemson.
What is the current percentage? "I would say it's about 83% now," stated the prize recruit.
Where would Jamison go if he decided not to commit to the Tigers? "I would probably go to South Carolina," stated Jamison.
But the Gamecocks appear to have backed off the recruitment of the talented running back. "I haven't talked to them in a while. I haven't gotten any letters from them either," said Jamison.
The commitment of 4-star running back James Davis will have no impact on Jamison's decision. "That won't make a difference," stated Jamison.
Jamison is likely to attend a junior college next season but the destination is not clear. "I'm not sure yet. Hopefully Clemson will help me find somewhere if I need to."
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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