Tigers Looking Good for SC OL

After completing a massive unofficial visit tour up and down the East Coast, Spring Valley OL Mason Cloy is ready to go on record with a clear leader. CUTigers.com has the latest in this recruiting update.

OL Mason Cloy Profile

The 6-4, 260 pound prospect traveled up and down the East Coast earlier this summer, but entering the month of July the visits have finally ended. "Yeah, it feels good to be done. I think I am pretty much done with the visits for the summer," Cloy told CUTigers.com.

After completing his visits Cloy has narrowed the field to three with one team clearly out front. "Clemson is first. Then I have Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech," he said.

What makes Clemson the leader at this point?

"I really have had the opportunity to experience it all up there," Cloy responded. "I have gotten to hangout with the players. I have seen them practice. I got to see coach Scott at work. Clemson has everything I am looking for in a football program.

"I like Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech. I haven't had the same opportunity to see what they have to offer. Those two are possible official visits."

The commitment timing has not changed for the talented athlete. "I am still planning to wait. I will do it sometime during the season," he said.

Mason's father, Col. Cloy, was recently reassigned to Atlanta. Will that move have any impact on his decision? "No, it won't. He will only be there for three years or until my red-shirt freshman year," Mason said.

The Spring Valley standout is also spending time in Columbia where the fish are definitely biting this time of year. "I am actually in Columbia now," he said. "I have been doing a lot of fishing. The lake is loaded with bass. I caught around twenty the other day."

CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from South Carolina, right up through signing day.

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