6-4, 260 pound offensive line prospect Mason Cloy made an unofficial visit to Clemson on Friday. "I went up with my mom. It was a really good visit. I enjoyed it a whole lot," Cloy told CUTigers.com. "Clemson definitely has a nice campus. I got some first class treatment from the coaches. I enjoyed everything I saw. They have nice facilities. They are building a new weight room and a new locker room."
Mason's mother also enjoyed the visit to Tiger Town. "Yeah my mom enjoyed it a lot. She liked how they are so tight on the players about keeping the grades up. She liked Vickery hall," he said.
Cloy's current offer list stands at five, but don't be surprised to see that number grow over the next few months.
"Right now I have offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Southern Mississippi and East Carolina. I am also hearing from Virginia Tech, Auburn, North Carolina, Maryland, Georgia Tech, Penn State and Stanford," he said.
When asked if he has any current favorites, Cloy responded, "No sir, everybody is equal. I haven't been around to see enough teams yet. I want to do that before naming favorites."
What about other visits?
"I don't have any other visits planned right now," he stated. "I am trying to work that out now. I will probably make it to South Carolina's spring game and maybe Clemson's."
Which teams are recruiting Cloy the hardest right now? "I would say Clemson, Southern Mississippi, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Stanford and Auburn," added Cloy.
Cloy Impressed with Clemson Visit
CUTigers.com Top Stories
GRADES AND ANALYSIS: NC State#3 Clemson committed 4 turnovers, including 3 in the red zone and a pick-six, in its 24-17 overtime win over NC State in Death Valley.
CUTigers.comThursday at 2:52 PM
Clemson Basketball Media DayWatch Head Coach Brad Brownell and his assistant coaches discuss the upcoming basketball season at Clemson Media Day!
CUTigers.comThursday at 1:30 PM
PHOTO GALLERY: #3 Clemson vs NC StateEnjoy these images from Clemson's thrilling overtime victory versus NC State in Death Valley, courtesy of CUTigers Photographer John Bolton!
CUTigers.comThursday at 11:12 AM
College coaches who could get hired awayWhy these highly sought college football coaches would leave (and why they could stay)
ScoutThursday at 10:00 AM