Kyle Parker, a 6-1, 180 pound quarterback prospect out of the Jacksonville area, traveled to Tallahassee Saturday to take in this year's Bowden Bowl.
Parker, who also visited Clemson for the Tigers' season opener against Florida Atlantic, came away impressed.
"I went with dad and a couple of my teammates. I liked it a lot. It was a great game," he said. "I was looking for coach Swinney, but I didn't get a chance to speak with him. It was a still a great game though."
The star quarterback had another outstanding performance Friday night leading Bartram Trail to victory.
"Yeah we won 17-14 this week," Parker said. "I threw for about 190 yards with one touchdown. I also rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown. We are 3-1 on the year."
The junior quarterback also plans to be back in Death Valley this weekend, where Clemson is expected to host a number of top juniors from around the south for the North Carolina game.
"I think I am coming for the game," he said. "We have a bye week. I think my mom is also coming this time. She hasn't been there yet. I hope she likes it."
In terms of recruiting, the Tigers are still the team to beat, but more schools are starting to move in with scholarship offers.
"I did just get an offer from Nebraska,P Parker said. "Clemson and Nebraska are my offers right now. I'm hearing from a number of other schools including Florida State and Georgia Tech. But yes, Clemson is still the leader."
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