Beasley takes in big Clemson win

One of the top prospects on Clemson's 2010 board was on hand Saturday for Homecoming as the Tigers dismantled Coastal Carolina, 49-3.

LB/TE Victor Beasley Profile

Adairsville HS (GA) athlete Vic Beasley finally made it to Clemson for his first ever game in Death Valley.

He committed to the Tigers in August, but it is now a soft verbal. Beasley said he wants to weigh his other options to be sure Clemson is the right school for him.

"I want to be sure that I'm not making a mistake. I want to be sure because I only get one chance in my life to make this decision," he told Sunday night.

"I just want to be sure."

Beasley spoke to almost every Clemson coach while in Tigertown for Saturday's 49-3 Homecoming win over Coastal Carolina. He spoke to his main recruiter is offensive coordinator Billy Napier the most.

"We talked about me being committed and he said that I can play whichever position I want—tight end or outside linebacker," Beasley said.

After committing before his teammates, Beasley said that he'd prefer to play tight end, but his decision has since changed.

"I'm not really sure which I'd rather play. I'm sure I'll have my mind made up by the time I get there next year," he said.

Beasley said he enjoyed seeing Clemson on game day.

"It was a good experience talking to the coaches and being in the atmosphere—seeing how it was," he said.

Beasley has made just one trip this fall. He went to Auburn for the West Virginia game and will go to Tennessee, but isn't sure for which game. All of the trips are unofficial visits.

He could be making his third trip to Clemson in the near future.

"I don't have any plans to take official visits, but I'm pretty sure that I'll take one (to Clemson)," Beasley said.

Adairsville HS is 5-4 right now and needs to beat Pepprel on Friday to qualify for the state playoffs. Beasley has rushed for over 700 yards and 12 touchdowns this year. On defense, he's made 60 tackles, recovered a fumble and had an interception. rates Beasley with three stars as the No. 31 outside linebacker prospect in the class of 2010. Top Stories