CB Branden Smith Profile
4-star cornerback Branden Smith will crank up the spring game visit tour this weekend.
"I am going to Auburn this weekend," he said. "I am going down for their spring game. I have been down there one time before.
"I am going to Georgia for their spring game and I'm thinking I am going to Clemson for their spring game too."
When asked about his current favorites in the recruiting, Smith responded, ‘Right now I don't have any favorites. I am waiting to take my visits."
The Tigers would like to see Smith play the slot receiver position.
"Clemson likes me as an athlete. They want me to play both ways," said Smith.
The offer list continues to grow for the two-way standout.
"I recently got an offer from Alabama. I think Georgia Tech may be the next to offer,' said Smith.
What will be important to Smith when he selects his college destination?
"I will look at the graduation rates. I will look and the coaches and players and how they get along," replied Smith.
Don't expect an early decision from the Georgia standout.
"I am going to wait until after I take my official visits. It will be after the season," said Smith.
Do the in-state schools have an advantage?
"Right now I really don't know. It's a hard decision picking the school where I am going to spend four years," replied Smith.
Smith won the fastest man label in the city of Atlanta with a 10.62 100 meters as a junior.
Four-star CB Plans Clemson Visit
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