6-1, 200 pound defensive back prospect Darius Gaither will be one of over 20 prospects to take an official visit to Clemson this weekend.
"I am going up to Clemson in the morning (Friday). My parents will be coming with me. My player host is going to be Ray Ray (McElrathbey)," Gaither told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
"I just want to see how the campus is run. I want to see how the players do things around school."
The talented athlete can't wait to see some of his Sandlapper teammates this weekend. "I look forward to getting a chance to see some of my Shrine Bowl teammates. I am just going to chill out with them and the other players," he said.
And what about that ankle injury he suffered during his senior season? "My ankle is fine. I am looking forward to going out and competing with the rest of the guys," he said. "I will be working out and running. I will try to get in better shape so I will be ready."
Gaither is also glad that he's put the majority of the recruiting process behind him. "Yeah I am glad the decision is behind me. I can focus on what I need to do now to get ready to play," he added.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive back from South Carolina, right up through signing day.
Ray Ray will Host SC DB
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