Texas WR Visiting Clemson

Though recruiting has been sort of quiet for Craig Loston, many programs across the country are vying for his services. With junior days out of the way and spring football approaching, Loston has only a couple of stops left before he plans on giving a verbal commitment. So what's next for Loston?

After back-to-back solid season at Aldine (TX) Eisenhower, Scout.com four-star defensive back Craig Loston has been labeled as one of the premier secondary players in the country. He holds double-digit offers, but has narrowed the list down to a Top 5.

"Clemson, Georgia, Texas A&M, LSU, and Oklahoma," Loston said. "Right now there is really nothing new, but I am leaning towards Clemson."

Of the schools listed, the 6-2, 205-pound Loston said his next two stops would be to Clemson and Georgia. The Clemson trip is scheduled for April 11, but he has not set the date on the Georgia visit.

With these two last stops, Loston said he would have seen all he needs to before making the decision before his senior season.

"I still need to make the trips to Georgia and Clemson," Loston said. "With Clemson, I really just like the way they play ball. Hopefully after the Georgia trip I will be done because the next time I commit, it will be solid that it will come before the season comes."

Outside of the schools listed, Loston stated that he might check out the programs at Miami, USC, and Notre Dame. He has a couple of camps and combines he plans to attend during the off-season.

When it comes down to the final decision, Loston said distance would not be a factor. He is more so looking for a shot at a title.

"I want a premier football program that has a good chance of winning a national championship," Loston said.

In his junior season, Loston had 83 tackles and three interceptions defensively. On offense, he had 21 catches for 847 yards and seven touchdowns. He also scored four touchdowns on special teams (two kickoff, two punt return) as a return specialist.

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