Former Byrnes standout Stanley Hunter plan to report to Clemson in early August, CUTigers.com has learned.
"I will be there the first of August," he said. "I am still waiting on a test score. I am confident that I made the score. I just am waiting to get the results."
The Shrine Bowl standout has been working hard this summer to prepare for the next level.
"It is going great. I have been lifting and running. I am trying to stay strong and fast," said Hunter.
The star defender spent time with his family on the 4th.
"We didn't do much. I spent time with my family. We got in some good family time before I head off to star the next chapter of my life," said Hunter.
Not suprisingly, Hunter has been spending a good deal of his time with Willy Korn.
"I see them all the time. His family just moved to Anderson. Xavier and I went to the PC camp to watch Willy help out with that. It was kind of funny. I could see him coaching one day," said Hunter.
More workouts are planned for the next month as Hunter prepares to compete when he arrives on campus.
"I am just getting ready to leave. I am trying to keep my head on straight. I will be working out hard. I am still around 215. They want me at 225. Once I get up there and get in the strength program I will get to where they want me," said Hunter.
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