Tallahassee, Fla. native Craig Stevens had a great time in Clemson this past weekend for his official visit. And with his last official visit now in the books, he appears to have a timeframe in place to make a decision.
"It's definitely going to be by the end of the week," Stevens told CUTigers.com Monday. "I really had a great time on my visit this weekend. I liked the fact that it's a small town and it has a football atmosphere."
Stevens also commented on his host, freshman wide receiver Rendrick Taylor.
"We got along great. We had a great time. I know Quentez Ruffin was supposed to be my host but he was sick so I hung out with Rendrick. It was great," said Stevens.
How would Stevens rate the visit on a scale of one to 10? "9.5 and up," he responded.
And what his favorite schools? Has anything changed with his leaders after his visit to Clemson?
"Right now I don't really have a favorite," he said. "I'm just going to sit down and compare all the schools and then have a decision within the next three days or so."
And what about Clemson? Do the Tigers have a shot?
"They definitely do," he responded. "I think I could come in there and get some early playing time. I also got along with the coaching staff really. I like the things they were telling me," he added.
Stevens visited Alabama, Auburn, UCLA and Clemson during the recruiting process.
Stevens Working on His Decision
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