Clemson in command for 2011 QB

Between Clemson, Georgia and Notre Dame, this future star in the class of 2011 knows where he wants to go. For now, it's only a matter of getting that offer.

QB Price Litton Profile

"The others are just kind of back ups. I really feel, as of right now, I probably want to go to Clemson," Price Litton said.

The 2011 quarterback transferred from Weddington HS (Matthews, NC) to Providence Day School (Charlotte) after backing up 2010 No. 80 rated quarterback and Duke commitment Anthony Boone.

Litton decided to transfer with hopes of making his dream of becoming a college quarterback come true. At Providence Day, where he'll be the man under center, Litton will get every chance to prove his ability to college programs.

Though he hasn't received any offers yet, they could begin pouring in once programs view his the highly valued junior film. And if things go as planned, an offer from Clemson should come Litton's way after he sends game film from his first few games this fall.

"They want to see how I do at a new school, how I transition," Litton said. "Going from a public school to a private school with new coaches and players, they just want to see how well I mesh with it and handle the pressure."

On Wednesday, Litton told that Providence Day's first 7-on-7 scrimmage of the summer went well Tuesday night. With match-ups against Charlotte Catholic, Country Day and Charlotte Latin, he's pleased with how he's meshing with his new school.

Though he leans heavily in favor to the Tigers, Litton also visited Notre Dame, Georgia and Tennessee this summer.
"We did really well. I think we're going to be really good this year," he said.

Litton also turned heads during his one-day stint at the Dabo Swinney Camp earlier this summer. The interactions with Swinney, offensive coordinator Billy Napier and offensive line coach Brad Scott have proven to Litton that he's a valued commodity for 2011.

Though he leans heavily in favor to the Tigers, Litton also visited Notre Dame, Georgia and Tennessee this summer.

The highlight of his visit to Notre Dame was his work out but he also enjoyed a dinner with Mike Golic, Jimmy Clausen, Dayne Crist and Kyle Rudolph.

"Seeing Notre Dame and how much tradition they have, that was awesome," Litton said.

Getting to know a few players and meeting coaches while he was visiting Georgia was another good experience.

"Just talking to the guys, the chance to play for Coach (Mark) Richt and coach (Mike) Bobo—they're just really good guys," he said. "They put guys in the pros. Just look at Matthew Stafford. He was the No. 1 overall draft pick."

But Clemson is still the team to beat at this point.

"I love Clemson…it's a really good fit for me," Litton said. Top Stories