4-Star OL Impressed with Clemson

One of the top rated prospects on campus this weekend has something to think about after his next to last official visit of the recruiting process. CUTigers.com talks with Bobby Massie after his visit to Clemson in this report.

OL Bobby Massie Profile

Four-star offensive lineman Bobby Massie returned home from his visit to Clemson with something to think about.

"I liked everything about the visit," Massie said. "I liked the dorms and the facilities, plus the academic support they have. It really was a good trip for me."

Massie, who has maintained he would not make a verbal commitment this weekend, said he stuck with that decision.

"I didn't commit or anything. There is a chance I can still qualify so we'll see," he said. "Right now I'm still pretty much open. I don't have a favorite."

What did he like most about his visit?

"Just everything Clemson had to show me. Getting to know the coaches and the players. Daquan Bowers was my host and he was pretty cool. We got along good," Massie replied. "I also liked Vickery Hall and everything they are doing there."

Massie said he also spent a good bit of time with several assistants.

"I talked a lot with Coach Scott and Coach Powell and Coach Napier," he said. "They were all pretty cool."

Next up is a couple of in-home visits this week, including one from Clemson assistant Andre Powell. Massie also said he will take his final official visit, to North Carolina, next weekend.

Massie is projected to play as offensive tackle on the next level.

"I could play either right or left," he added.

Massie, the nation's No. 13 offensive tackle prospect according to Scout.com, is currently planning on enrolling at Hargrave Military Academy.

He has maintained he likely will not sign with a school on National Signing Day, but he still could make a commitment at some point in the recruiting process.

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