6-2, 210 pound linebacker prospect Jeremy Campbell will make the long trip from Florida up to Clemson this weekend for the Tigers' game against Miami.
"I'm coming to Clemson this weekend. I will be bringing my dad for an official visit," Campbell told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
"I have been planning on coming up for a while. This will be my first visit. I want to see what it's like. It should be a great game."
Defensive line coach Marion Hobby is recruiting Campbell for the Tigers. His current offer list includes full rides from Clemson, Purdue, Illinois, Indiana and Louisville among others.
When asked if he has any current favorites, Campbell responded, "No sir, I don't have any yet. I want to wait a while before making any kind of decision."
What will the Sunshine standout consider when selecting a college? "First, I want to look at my education. I want to make sure I get a good education. I would like to major in something in the business field. I will look at the camaraderie of the team. I will look at how they communicate with each other. Distance will not be a factor," Campbell said.
The Spruce Creek standout also said he does not plan to make a commitment until later this winter. "I will probably take some of my official visits during my season," he said. "I want to wait until closer to signing day to make a decision."
So far, this is Campbell's only official visit. "I haven't been to any other college games yet," he added. "I don't have any plans to go anywhere else yet."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Florida, right up through signing day.
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