LB Brandon Hicks Profile
Brandon, who was your player host this weekend on your official visit to Clemson?
Hicks: C.J. Spiller, we got along real good.
How did you enjoy the visit?
Hicks: It was pretty good. I enjoyed it. I liked hanging out with the players and getting to know them.
What was the highlight of the visit?
Hicks: I would say getting to see all the players and getting to see the stadium and the rock.
Who did you hang with Saturday night?
Hicks: We just hung out with the players and I got to meet C.J.'s family. His mom was up there. That went good.
How did you rate the visit on a scale of one to 10?
Hicks: I would rate it like a nine to 10. It is pretty high.
How does Clemson stand after the visit?
Hicks: They moved up some. I would say they are probably second now behind Florida. I would say Florida, then Clemson, then Miami. I will make a decision after my Miami visit next week.
How did your meetings go with the staff Sunday morning?
Hicks: I already talked to them. I am at the airport now. They told me to make a good decision that benefits me. They told me to make a decision where my heart leads me.
Who came with you on the visit?
Hicks: I went up by myself.
What did you think about Vickery Hall?
Hicks: It was good. I liked it.
Hicks has already officially visited Florida and Clemson. He is currently scheduled to visit Miami next weekend.
His main recruiter to Clemson is wide receivers coach Dabo Swinney.
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