Auburn Commitment Visits Clemson

Auburn commitment Kareem Crowell visited Death Valley on Saturday where he came away very impressed with what he saw. He enjoyed his time so much, that he's now planning on visiting the Tigers officially in January. has the details in this recruiting update.

6-3, 285 pound defensive tackle prospect Kareem Crowell traveled to Clemson along with teammate DeAndra McDaniel Saturday. "I had a good time. Yesterday it was crazy up there. All the fans were great. I can see why they call it Death Valley. I got to talk to all of the coaches. I had a great time," Crowell told

"It was a good game. I didn't think it would be that much of a blowout. Clemson wanted it more."

The prize recruit spent a good bit of time with the Clemson coaching staff before the game. "I got to talk to all of the coaches on the field before the game. They were all telling me I need to come to Clemson. They were telling me they needed me up there," he said.

When asked how strong his verbal commitment is to Auburn is, Crowell responded, "I'm still with Auburn right now, but me and DeAndre will be coming up to Clemson to visit on January 13. So I'm still open. I'm still going to take all of my visits."

"Me and DeAndre have been together since middle school. We are still together. A lot of people ask if we are going to go to the same school. It's the recruiting process right now so you just don't know," he said.

"I am going to wait until signing day to make my final decision. It's so crazy right now."

The talented defender believes he could see early playing time at Clemson, if decides to commmit to the Tigers. "They are losing both of the defensive tackles so I feel like I could come in an play next year. That is another thing I am looking at," Crowell added.

Crowell is also planning official visits to Michigan State, Louisville and North Carolina.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive lineman from Florida, right up through signing day. Top Stories