All-American RB C.J. Spiller showed the nation how talented he truly is Saturday when he helped lead the East team to a convincing victory in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
"I thought I had a good game. I just tried to take advantage of my opportunity. I think I had a good game overall. I left the game injury free," Spiller told CUTigers.com.
The Florida standout also said he really enjoyed his visit to San Antonio. "That is a great city. It's a great place to visit. I hope to come back and visit sometime when I get older. It is so beautiful out there. The people treated us very nice."
Of course, the topic on everyone's mind when it comes to Spiller is, 'will he actually take an official visit to Clemson?'
When asked the question Sunday evening, Spiller responded, "I will talk it over with my mom this week. I should know between Monday and Wednesday. I have been gone so she may want me to stay home," he said.
"Right now, I would probably say it is about 50/50."
The Union County standout does plan to visit all three Florida schools in January, but he remains without a leader at this point in the recruiting prcoess. "I really wouldn't say anyone has the lead. I haven't finished my official visits. I will be able to tell you after my visit on January 27th," he said.
Coach Swinney has not spoken with Spiller since he returned from the Army All-American game, but C.J. expects to hear from him very soon. "I haven't talked to him today. I'm sure he will be calling."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding running back from Florida, right up through signing day.
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