Michael Palmer Profile
CUTigers.com caught up with Parkview's (Lilburn, Ga.) Michael Palmer after his official visit to Clemson this weekend. The following information was revealed during the interview:
How was your official visit to Clemson this weekend Michael?
Palmer: It was awesome. I had a great time.
What did you like the best about the visit this weekend?
Palmer: I liked everything. I got to hang out with Thomas Hunter. He showed me around. Everything seemed to be awesome. It made me comfortable with my decision. I am glad I chose Clemson.
Who was your host this weekend?
Palmer: Thomas Hunter. We had a good time.
How would you rate the visit on a scale of one to 10?
Palmer: I'd give it a 10.
Did you hear of any other commitments this weekend?
Palmer: I think Jamal Medlin committed.
Will you be taking any other official visits?
Palmer: No, I'm done.
How firm is your commitment to Clemson?
Palmer: I'm positive. It's not changing.
Did you enjoy your time with the coaches?
Palmer: I liked it a lot. I got to sit down with Coach Spence and Hines a lot. They taught me about the offense and what I will be doing. The use two and three tight ends a lot which I like.
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