OL Kenneth Page Profile
6-3, 290 pound Kenneth Page, star at Columbia's A.C. Flora High School, was back in Death Valley this weekend to watch the Tigers.
"I had a great time up there," he said. "The atmosphere at the game was great. The game itself was amazing. Clemson played great."
Before the Clemson game Page had the opportunity to speak with coach Brad Scott.
"I got to catch-up a little with coach Scott before the game," said Page. "That went good. He is good to talk to."
Page left Death Valley early and headed to Columbia to watch South Carolina.
"I made it back in time to see the South Carolina game. At times Carolina played good," said Page.
Both Palmetto state powers will get an official visit over the next few months.
"I have two other official visits scheduled right now. I am going to South Carolina on November 30. I am going to Clemson in January for their football banquet," said Page.
Three teams are battling for the final two official visits.
"I will pick between North Carolina, Georgia Tech and Tennessee for the other two visits," said the top offensive lineman.
Don't expect a commitment until the official visits are complete.
"I won't have a decision any time soon. I want to take all of my visits first," said Page.
Another visit is scheduled for this weekend.
"I am going to be at the Tennessee game this week," said Page.
The Palmetto standout will be back in Columbia to watch the Tigers try to win for the ninth time in ten games in Williams Brice.
"I will be at the Clemson game at South Carolina," said Page.
4-Star OL Visits Death Valley
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