Five-star defensive end prospect, and Clemson verbal commitment Ricky Sapp was one of several bigtime recruits in attendance for Saturday's triple overtime battle between the Tigers and the Canes.
"It was wonderful. The crowd was crazy. The seats were shaking. I thought Clemson should have won the game," Sapp told CUTigers.com.
Sapp brought his uncle with him to Saturday's classic battle. "I brought my uncle with me. He said he really liked the game," he said.
What would it feel like to play in front of such a crowd? "I have no idea. Aw man. You gotta love it. "I talked with Coach West after the game. We just talked about the game," Sapp said.
When asked if he is firm with his commitment to the Tigers, Sapp responded, "It's Clemson all the way. I am very firm with my commitment."
The 6-5, 225 pound prospect had another good game for Bamberg Ehrhardt this week. "We won 42-0 this week. I had nine tackles and a forced fumble," stated Sapp.
Does Sapp plan to take any official visits other than Clemson? "Nah, I doubt it," stated the prize recruit.
The Bamberg Ehrhardt star defender will likely be back in Death Valley next weekend. "I should be coming up for the Boston College game as well," stated Sapp.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive end from South Carolina, right up through signing day.
"The Seats Were Shaking"
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