Bowers Planning Multiple Clemson Visits

Clemson verbal commitment Daquan Bowers will be heading to Tigertown a few times over the next two weeks. Another one of his talented teammates will also be coming along for one of the visits. CUTigers.com brings you all the details in this recruiting update.

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Bamberg-Ehrhardt defensive lineman Daquan Bowers, Scout.com's No. 2 player in the state of South Carolina for the class of 2008, is planning a visit to Clemson later this week.

"I may go up there on Wednesday. Another one of my teammates Chris Pressley will be coming along with one of my coaches," he said.

Pressley can do it all according to Bowers.

"He is an all around athlete," he said. "He plays quarterback, receiver and strong safety. He is 6-4, 175 pounds and he runs a 4.5. He can catch anything you throw at him. I think they are looking at him at receiver."

The prize recruit has been keeping in touch with Georgia's top offensive lineman, A.J. Harmon, who will also be in Tigertown on Wednesday.

"Me and A.J. talk on the phone a lot," he said. "We have talked a lot lately. He just talks about how much he is interested in Clemson.

"I have also been talking some with Chas Washington of Richland Northeast."

Bowers will be back in Death Valley again next week.

"I will be up there for the spring game," said Bowers.

Clemson assistant coach Ron West has been working hard to make sure Bowers sticks with his verbal commitment.

"Right now, they are just anxious about getting season started. He tells me they are ready to get me up there," said Bowers. Next spring the future 5-star could be practicing with the Tigers.

"I am thinking about starting in January. I am not sure yet. I am still thinking about it," said Bowers. "I actually talked to Ricky (Sapp) yesterday. He is loving spring practice. He didn't like the matt drills, but he loves practice."

This spring Bowers is hitting the weight room and the track.

"I have just been working out hard. I have been doing track and hitting the weight room," he added.

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