Tigers Up Next for 4-Star Page

With South Carolina now elminated from the recruiting process A.C. Flora's Kenneth Page is set to visit Clemson this weekend for his official visit. Could a verbal commitment be in the works? CUTigers.com has the latest.

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Four-star offensive lineman Kenneth Page spent the week with seven other Under Armour All Americans that will be in Tigertown this weekend for official visits.

"Oh man, it was a great experience," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It was something I will never forget. The competition was amazing. There were a lot of talented players.

"The Shrine Bowl was a great experience because of the reason for the game. The Under Armour game was on another level."

Like most in attendance in Orlando, Page was amazed by Clemson signee Daquan Bowers, the nation's No. 1 defensive end prospect according to Scout.com.

"He was a dominate force the whole week. I talked to the guys on the silver team. They said he ate everyone up all week. He had some great plays in the game Saturday," said Page.

The All American had a chance to hang around several future Tigers last week.

"Spencer Adams and I were around each other for a while. I also hung around Xavier Brewer a lot," said Page.

In terms of recruiting, Page has officially eliminated South Carolina from consideration and is now focusing on four schools.

"I am heading to Clemson on Friday. I will be coming with my coach and my mom," said Page. "I have seen most everything before. I want to see how the players get along with each other. I want to get a better feeling for the area.

"Then I am going to North Carolina on the 18th. Soon after that I will be ready to make my decision."

Is there any chance Page could pull the trigger on a verbal commitment this weekend?

"No sir, I will take my final visit," said Page.

When asked about his current leader, Page responded, "I can't say I have a leader. The schools I'm looking at right now are Clemson, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Tennessee."

The four-star lineman has already visited Notre Dame and Tennessee officially.

So what will be important when the talented lineman makes his final decision?

"I am just looking for the whole package. I will look at the coaching staff, the academics and the football program," replied Page.

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