2011 QB impressed by Tigers

This quarterback from North Carolina has been patiently playing the waiting game when it comes to an offer from Clemson. He may not have to wait much longer.

QB Price Litton Profile Price Litton waits patiently for an offer from Clemson after visiting Tigertown for the 40-24 win over Florida State.

He's already told CUTigers that Clemson has the lead. Nothing's changed, especially after Saturday night.

The 2011 quarterback prospect is a longtime fan of Clemson football. He's been going to games in Death Valley for years.

"It seems like every time I go back it's more and more refined. It's such an experience," he said.

"I don't think the crowd sat down one time. The crowd stood up the whole game--the fans are die-hard…it's never quiet."

Litton is talking with offensive coordinator Billy Napier, who'll soon visit him at Providence Day School in Matthews, N.C.

"He'll have a meeting with my coach and me we'll talk then," Litton said. "I've got my game film, now I have to get my highlight film."

He transferred from Weddington HS (Matthews) where he backed up Duke commit Anthony Boone. Litton hopes his film from this season will help bring an offer his way.

To help reassure his choice, he's talking to current Clemson quarterback Michael Wade.

"He told me to be patient and everything will work out for the best--it'll be fine. I'm just doing my thing trying to better myself as a player and a student-athlete," Litton said.

Done with his season, Litton's already back working out improve for his senior year and looking forward to future trips to Clemson.

"I'm trying to get down there maybe for the (Virginia) game. I'll definitely be going down there this summer," he said.

Litton's tripped to see Notre Dame play Southern California, Georgia/LSU and North Carolina/East Carolina.

None of it seems to compare to what he saw first-hand at the Clemson/Florida State game. Being on the field for pre-game warm-ups only added to what already appeals to Litton.

Litton said, "With all the excitement on the field--it's Florida State. There is all the history those schools have with each other--the Bowden Bowl and all that, even though it's a new coach. To be down there to see all the players warming up and how excited they were, it's so special."

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