Crezdon Butler Profile
CUTigers.com caught up with Crezdon Butler after his official visit to Clemson Saturday. The following information was revealed during the interview:
How was your official visit to Clemson this weekend Crezdon?
Butler: I liked it a lot. This is where I want to be at definitely.
What did you like the best about the visit?
Butler: Just the players. We mingled a good bit. Me and C.J. (Gaddis) got along well. We had a lot in common. We both are from North Carolina, both played quarterback then moved to another position after high school.
How would you rate the visit on a scale of one to 10?
Butler: I would give it a 10.
Did you hear of any other commitments this weekend?
Butler: Yeah, I heard Medlin committed.
How did your meetings go with the coaching staff?
Butler: It went good. We had a defensive secondary meeting. We ran some of the defenses at my school. I think I can pick it up quickly.
Will you be taking any other official visits?
Butler: No other visits.
How firm is your commitment to Clemson?
Butler: Very firm. I'm not going anywhere else.
What are your plans for the spring?
Butler: Lift weights, run. Get ready for July when I come down.
Visit Update: DB Crezdon Butler
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