LB/DL David Paulsen Profile
6-3, 230 pound junior prospect David Paulsen visited Clemson on Saturday where he watched the Tigers put 70 points on the board against Central Michigan.
"It was great," he said. "Clemson has a great campus. It was a great atmosphere and the facilities were great. I met with the coaches. I talked with coach Napier and coach West. Coach West has been by our school a couple of times."
The talented junior is waiting on his first official scholarship offer, but that should change over the next few months as teams focus more on his junior film.
"I don't have any offers yet. I have been all over the place. I went to Duke and North Carolina. I have also been to Ole Miss and Vanderbilt," said Paulsen.
"Michigan State has also invited me to come up to one of their next two games. I'm not sure if I will make it or not. I plan to go to Georgia Tech for the Virginia Tech. I am going to Georgia for the Auburn game and I might make it to Wake."
How did the visit to Clemson compare with the other visits?
"Wow, it was great. I think my top two right now would be Clemson and North Carolina. They are both great schools with great campuses and a great game atmosphere," replied Paulsen.
When asked about his early favorites, Paulsen responded, "Well I have been living in the area long enough to become a big Georgia fan. Georgia, Vanderbilt, Clemson for sure, Auburn and Iowa would be my tops right now."
The two-way standout plays several positions for Walton High.
"I play offense and defense. I have played linebacker and defensive line. I have played defensive end the last two games. I play tight end and H-back on offense. I have played more H-back this year," said Paulsen.
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