If the Tigers are looking for a tall receiver they won't need to look any further than Rock Hill. Rock Hill standout Tori Childers is drawing interest from Clemson and several other top programs.
The 6-6, 215 pound prospect has one offer, but that list will likely grow over the course of the next few months. "South Carolina is my only offer so far. I am also getting interest from Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Michigan, Clemson and North Carolina," Childers told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
When asked if he has a leader, Childers responded, "South Carolina is my favorite."
The South Carolina standout made a couple of visits this spring. "I went to Junior Days at North Carolina and South Carolina.
Childers does not plan to attend any college camps this summer, but he does have plans this weekend. "I'm not planning to go to any camps this summer. I am going to the Nike camp this Saturday."
The Rock Hill standout also expects another great year next fall. "Today was our first day of spring practice. We are going to win the state championship next year again," said Childers.
Don't expect an early commitment from the talented receiver. "I plan to wait until close to signing day. I want to see who offers and take some visits before I make my decision," added the Rock Hill standout.
Childers is also a candidate to play both football and basketball at the collegiate level.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2006.
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