Clemson verbal commitment Malliciah Goodman's high school career at West Florence officially came to an end last Friday night when his team lost to South Pointe 37-6.
While he still will play in the upcoming Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas next month, as well as the U.S. Army All-American game in January, he's done playing for the Knights.
CUTigers.com was on hand to take in the action during his last game and also speak with Goodman afterwards for another edition of CUTigersTV:
Goodman: He just told us to stop making mistakes and to go out and execute. Mistakes killed us.
Goodman: Every year our seniors line up and our players say their last good byes. It is the last time strapping it up with each other.
What did the coach tell you after the game?
Goodman: He told us to keep our heads up. He said we played a good game and we just came on the short end.
Where will you be tomorrow (Clemson-Duke game)?
Goodman: I will be at Clemson.
Where do you stand with Clemson after the coaching changes?
Goodman: A couple of schools have called me. I will check with them, but I am still committed.
Who are the other schools looking at you right now?
Goodman: Georgia, Florida and that is about it.
How did it feel to be named as a U.S. Army All American this week?
Goodman: I feel great about it. I will get to play with great players.