Greenville-Wade Hampton HS wide receiver Hakeem Flowers sports 24 offers but he's yet to receive on from Clemson.
He expects that one will be on the way sometime in the future.
Flowers was in Death Valley for Clemson 38-3 win over Wake Forest on Saturday—his first visit to Clemson on game day. CUTigers caught up with the 2011 prospect on Sunday.
"I liked it. It was a really good atmosphere," Flowers said. "I think it's cool when they rub the rock and run down the hill."
The best part of the afternoon was standing on the sidelines and watching the Tigers warm up. The guy he was watching the most during warm ups—C.J. Spiller.
"He's up there with the best of the best," Flowers said. "He's one of the best players in the country I think."
He's yet to put together a list of favorites but some of his offers include Auburn, LSU, Nebraska and Florida State.
As he's looking to make his decision to where he wants to play, Flowers said the biggest thing he's going to be looking at is academics and after that it's the coaching staff.
He's going to take his time and weigh his options heavily before making a decision.
"I would like to have some more offers so there could be a bigger variety in where I could go," Flowers said.
Although Flowers doesn't get a lot of touches in Wade Hampton's Wing-T offense, he's been explosive when given the opportunity. Through eight games this year, he's rushed seven times for 84 yards and caught 10 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns.
2011 WR takes in Clemson
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