5-10, 185-pound running back prospect Graig Cooperled Melrose High to the state championship where they came up just a little bit short last weekend. "We lost in the state championship 23-10. I had 17 carries for 111 yards," Cooper told CUTigers.com Monday evening.
As reported last week by CUTigers.com, the Tigers are making an active push for the talented running back. "Yeah, I talked with Coach Bowden on Sunday night. He told me a little bit about the school," said Cooper. "He said he wanted me to come take a visit. If I do visit it will be in January."
"I haven't made the decision yet (about visiting Clemson). I'm not sure when I will decide."
And what about his other visits?
"I have my other visits set. I am going to Ole Miss this weekend. On December 16 I will be going to Miami. I am also going to visit Tennessee and Nebraska in January," Cooper added.
When asked if he has a leader, Cooper responded, "No sir, I don't have a leader right now."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from Tennessee, right up through signing day.
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