"Unbelievable"

One of the top defensive backs in the Sunshine state made an official visit to Clemson over the weekend. Which other schools will get a visit before he makes his decision? What did he think of his trip? CUTigers.com has the details in this recruiting update.

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6-1, 180 pound defensive back prospect T'Sharvan Bell, who has over 25 scholarship offers in hand, traveled to Clemson early Saturday for an official visit.

"It went good," said Bell. "I went up Saturday morning. I came up by myself. It really was unbelievable. The crowd was amazing."

The prize recruit got to see all that Tigertown had to offer during the visit.

"I met with most of the players. I got to see the locker room and all of the facilities. I ate with some of the coaches' family," said Bell.

One of the Tigers top defensive backs was player host during his visit.

"Michael Hamlin was my host. We got along good. He told me Clemson was a good place to come play football and get an education," said Bell.

The visit allowed time to meet with several Clemson coaches.

"I talked with most of the coaches. It went smooth," said Bell.

How did Bell rate the visit on a scale of one to ten?

"I would give it a nine," replied Bell.

When asked about his current leaders, Bell responded, "I don't have any right now."

Two SEC teams will get the next official visits and a decision should come sometime after that.

"I am planning to go to Auburn and South Carolina right now. Clemson was my first visit. I don't know when I will take the other visits," said Bell. "I plan to have a decision after my visits. I should decide before Christmas."

What will be most important to Bell when he makes his decision?

"I want to find where I feel most comfortable. I want to find a place I can call home for the next three or four years," said Bell.

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