5-11, 180 pound speedster Ricco Sanders took an unofficial visit to Clemson on Saturday.
"It was fun," he said. "It was great . I love Clemson."
Several family members accompanied Ricco on his visit to Tigertown.
"I came with my mom, my cousin and my sister. We toured the campus and stuff," said Sanders.
Did the Byrnes standout pull the trigger on a commitment during the visit?
"No, I did not," replied Sanders.
Several Clemson coaches spent time talking with Sanders and his family during the visit.
"I talked with the offensive coordinator and the quarterback coach. I also talked with coach Bowden and coach Napier. They went great. All of them had fun. They think I am a strong leader and come from a good program. They feel like I could be a good player for Clemson," said Sanders.
Former Byrnes standout Willy Korn joined Sanders for part of the visit.
"He came and had lunch with me. We sat together during lunch," said the junior receiver.
When does Sanders think he will be ready to make a commitment?
"It will be at the end of my senior year. I want to wait a while. I am going to Georgia on March 22," replied Sanders.
"I love Clemson"
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