Five-Star QB Visiting Clemson

The news just keeps getting better and better as Clemson will welcome a 5-star signal caller on campus this weekend for his final official visit of the recruiting process.

QB Tajh Boyd Profile

Five-star quarterback Tajh Boyd was busy Thursday night working on his homework so that he can make his final official visit of the recruiting process this weekend. Tajh's mother, Carla, went on the record with to discuss the visit plans.

"Yes, we will be coming down. It will be Tahj, T.J. my husband and I will be coming," said Carla Boyd.

"We are going to leave in the early afternoon tomorrow. We will be driving down since it is only six and a half hours."

The family is looking forward to making the visit to Clemson and after four official visits they know exactly what they hope to see.

"I am excited about the visit. I want to see how the facilities are. I want to learn about the academics. I want to meet with the coaches. I also want to meet the student body and see if they are receptive to Tajh," said Mrs. Boyd.

Tajh is looking forward to seeing the undefeated Tigers battle Wake Forest on Saturday,

"He is looking forward to the game. He has been talking about that," said Mrs. Boyd.

The All American has not made a decision according to his mother, but he is looking closely at three schools- Clemson, Ohio State and Oregon.

"He hasn't made up his mind yet. He will make a decision after the visit," she added.

Boyd captured co-MVP honors at the U.S. Army All-American Game earlier this month by completing 7-of-9 passes for a remarkable 187 yards and three touchdowns to help lead the East on to a 30-17 win.

He is currently ranked as the No. 4 quarterback in the nation by Top Stories