Top Upstate Prospect Visits Clemson

One of Clemson's top recruiting targets for 2010 took an unofficial visit to Clemson with his teammate to learn more about what the Tigers have to offer this week. Are the Tigers still the team to beat? has the details in this recruiting update.

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Rising junior Brandon Willis, one of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country for the class of 2010 made his second visit to Clemson in the last month on Tuesday.

"It went pretty good," he told afterwards. "Corey Miller came along with me. We got to see some things we didn't get to see at camp."

One of the highlights of the visit was a meeting with Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden.

"We met with all of the coaches," he said. "We got to sit down and meet with coach Bowden. He talked to us about the scholarships and what Clemson has to offer."

Clemson recruiting coordinator Billy Napier took the Byrnes standout to see the WestZone and they got to see the construction that has started for phase two.

"Yeah we got to tour the facilities. We saw where the new weight room will be. It looked like it will be pretty good," said Willis.

Brandon's father accompanied him on the visit to Tigertown and came away very impressed.

"He really liked it. It is neat. He liked the academics. They have a very good academic program at Clemson," said Willis.

When asked about his current leader, Willis responded, "Clemson is still my leader."

Next up is a trip to Tallahassee, Fla. to check on former ACC power Florida State.

"We are going to Florida State for a camp this weekend. Hopefully they will offer while we are at the camp," said Willis.

Willis closed by saying while Clemson remains his early leader, he plans on taking full advantage of the recruiting process.

"I am not going to make an early decision. I am just trying to see which schools like me right now," he added. Top Stories