"We are taking a break right now," said Mrs. Whiteside in an interview at 2 o'clock this afternoon. "Noah has not announced his decision yet, but he did go to the University of South Carolina this weekend."
The Greenville High School Red Raider led the state in receiving this past season with over 1,700 yards and 20 touchdowns. Whiteside will likely announce his decision between South Carolina and Clemson very soon.
Whiteside was hosted by Kevin Youngblood last weekend in Tiger Town, and left pretty much saying that Clemson and Carolina were dead even.
"I'm split between the two schools," said Whiteside at the time. We will likely have more information on this story throughout the day. Stay tuned!
What Will it be for Whiteside?
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