Junior SC OL Plans Two Clemson Visits

Kyle Nunn, a member of Scout.com's Top 30 juniors in South Carolina who is being recruited to Clemson by assistant coach Brad Scott, will be spending a good bit of time at Clemson this spring. Which teams are showing early interest in one of South Carolina's top linemen? CUTigers.com has all the details in this recruiting update.

Kyle Nunn, a massive 6-6, 275 pound offensive line prospect out of Sumter High School, could be picking up his first official scholarship offer in the near future.

"I don't have any offers yet," Nunn told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "But I talk with coach Brad Scott on a weekly basis so I think Clemson is close to offering. I am also hearing a lot from Maryland, South Carolina, Duke and Auburn right now."

What does Nunn think of coach Scott?

"He is pretty nice guy," he said. "I talk with him about once a week. We talk about my grades. He told me he liked me on film. He likes how I get after people."

Nunn also said he plans on visiting Clemson at least twice in the coming months. "Yeah I am going to spring game at Clemson on April 8," he said. "I am also going to junior day up there on March 4."

What are the strengths of the Sumter lineman? "I am good at pulling," responded Nunn. "I am also good at knocking people off the ball. I can get to the linebackers.

"Next year I want to get faster and stronger. I also will be working on my grades."

What will Nunn consider when selecting a school? "I am looking for playing time. Playing time will be the most important factor," Nunn responded. "I grew up pulling for South Carolina, but that won't have any impact on my decision."

The talented lineman also visited Death Valley for two games last fall. "I went to the Duke and Florida State games last year at Clemson," stated Nunn. "They were good games."

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