CB Ameer Salahudin
5-10, 180, 4.5
T.L. Hanna High School
Anderson, South Carolina
The 5-10, 180 pound prospect already has two offers from the ACC. "I have offers from Maryland and Clemson right now. I talked to North Carolina State not too long ago and I think they are close. I am also getting interest from Virginia Tech, Auburn, Tennessee, North Carolina, Duke and South Carolina," Salahudin told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
When asked if he has any early favorites, Salahudin responded, "No, not really. Clemson might be a good favorite. It's hard to say since I haven't' visited any schools except Clemson. Clemson is the only school I really know a lot about."
The prize recruit from Anderson, SC is very familiar with the Tigers. "I went to all the home games last year and many of their practices. I also went up there for the 7 on 7 camp last year," said Salahudin.
The junior day tour will begin on Saturday. "My first one will be this Saturday when I go to Clemson. I am going to South Carolina on the 19th. I also want to go to State and Virginia Tech."
The summer camp plans are also taking shape. "I know I am going to the Nike camp. I am also likely to go to Clemson. I've also been invited to the Addidas camp," said Salahudin.
"My strength is bumping people off the line. I like to get up in their face. Next year I am going to work on playing off more. I want to work on reading the QB. I do a good job of reading the receiver now."
Don't expect an early decision from the Palmetto standout. "I want to wait. I want to see some other schools first," aded Salahudin.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2006.
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