Stephon Gilmore Profile
South Pointe two-way standout Stephon Gilmore spent Labor Day in Death Valley and came away impressed.
CUTigers.com caught up with Gilmore after his trip to get his thoughts on his visit.
"It was good visit," he said. "I liked it a lot. It was very loud. There were a lot of people there. Clemson is a good place to play."
The Palmetto standout talked with several other top prospects at the game.
"I talked with Markish Jones and DaQuan Bowers. I also talked with Chaz Washington from Richland Northeast," said Gilmore. "I talked some with coach Napier. We were supposed to talk with coach Bowden but he ran out of time."
The South Pointe standout was impressed with the Tigers play.
"I think Clemson did good. They are going to be good this year. I knew they were going to beat Florida State," said Gilmore.
How did Gilmore rate the visit on a scale of one to ten?
"I would give it about an eight," replied Gilmore.
When asked about his current favorites, Gilmore responded, "I don't have a favorite yet or a top five."
Did the game day experience help the Tigers chances?
"Yeah it did. I like Clemson," replied the two-way standout. "I will probably wait a while before I make a decision or anything but it definitely helped Clemson's chances."
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