Last week Coach Dabo Swinney paid a visit to the Sims home to speak with 4-star prospect Marcus Sims. CUTigers.com caught up with Marcus and his father to get their thoughts on the visit as well as the latest on his recruitment.
"It was pretty good," Sims said of the visit. "I found out a lot about the school. He talked about what was going on with the program and things like that."
Marcus' father also spoke with CUTigers.com about the visit and where the recruiting process stands for his son. "It went great. We had a good visit. Everybody is even. We are still going through the process," he said.
The 4-star prospect could be in Miami later this month to watch his brother Ernie play in the Orange Bowl. "I don't know yet. I might be going to the Florida State game," Sims said.
Sims is also busy on the hardwood this month. "Yeah I am playing basketball right now. I had a couple of games. I think I am averaging about five or six points a game," he added.
Finally Sims also confirmed he's planning to visit Clemson officially in January. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding athlete from Florida, right up through signing day.
Sims Says: "Everybody is Even"
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