"I had a great visit to South Carolina," said Eric Young. "I just hung out with the guys and I know them all pretty good. I can play there early too. I plan on taking all my visits before making the decision. I will stay in-state or at least it looks that way."
Young, from Union, South Carolina, is scheduled to visit Tennessee (1-24) and North Carolina (1-31). Last week, he tripped to Clemson. It looks like this will be a classic South Carolina and Clemson. Young is one of the best offensive line prospects in the nation that could play guard or tackle at the collegiate level.
He was hosted by OL Jabari Levey and DL Moe Thompson.
Young Will Likely Stay In-State
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