ATH Marsalis Teague Profile
A visit to Clemson was just the first stop for 4-star athlete Marsalis Teague as he has been all over the South in recent weeks.
"Right after my Clemson visit I went to Miami," he told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It went good. I had a good time. After that visit I went to the Scout.com/Under-Armour combine in Atlanta."
The summer visits may be over for the prize recruit.
"Right now I am not sure when I will go on more visits," he said. "I am doing my own stuff now. We are busy lifting and working out with the team. I will probably go see some other schools during the fall."
When asked about his current leaders, Teague responded, "I really don't have any. Until I see all of the schools I won't really have any. Then I will narrow things down."
Which other schools will likely get visits?
"I still want to checkout Michigan. I also want to go see Stanford. That is probably it, but I haven't seen North Carolina or Duke either," replied Teague.
The decision timing has also changed for the two-way standout.
"At first I said I would make it before the end of summer, but now I realize that won't be likely. It will probably be later in the year after I take my official visits," said Teague.
The Tennessee standout has been talking frequently with several Clemson coaches.
"I have been keeping in touch with them. I talked to coach Swinney not too long ago. I have been calling coach Vic," said Teague.
Will Clemson get official an official visit later this fall?
"From what it looks like now I can say the Clemson will definitely get an official visit," replied Teague.
Teague is currently ranked as the No. 22 quarterback in the nation according to Scout.com but he could play a number of different positions at the collegiate level.
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