The last time we spoke with Cory Clemons, it seemed like an offer was only a few days away from the Clemson Tigers. However now, it appears as though he may be looking in other directions.
"I haven't really heard from Clemson in quite some time," said Clemons. "It's been at least a few weeks. I know they were waiting to hear from a few guys before they made a decision about offering me- that's what they said the last time I talked with them."
In the meantime, Clemons has already set three official visits to several schools that are showing heavy interest.
"Right now, I'm going to Middle Tennessee State this weekend, Ole Miss the next weekend, and then probably to Central Florida," said Clemons. "All three of those schools are really close to offering me."
The Valdosta native ended his senior year by catching 30 passes for 500 yards and 7 touchdowns.
"Coach Hines was my main recruiter after Coach Allison left, and had also been talking to Coach Stockstill, but like I said, it's been a while since I've heard from them," added Clemmons.
While an offer from Clemson may not be the works, it looks as though Cory will have the opportunity to showcase his talents at another top Division I-A school sometime in the near future.
Based on this information, and information from Brandon Allen, it appears as that Chris Jefferson and Brandon Allen will have the best opportunity to play for Clemson next season. In fact, don't be surprised to see at least one of these prospects verbally commit this weekend.
Of course, we will continue to keep you updated on the Tigers' situation at wide receiver, right up through signing day!
Valdosta WR Sets Three Visits
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