Four-star DB enjoys Clemson trip

The Clemson coaching staff continues to close the door on any late defections.

Bashaud Breeland Profile

As expected, Bashaud Breeland left Clemson University Sunday afternoon with little questions ... about anything.

"It was great," he said. "My host was Dwayne Allen and we got along great. We got to see everything this weekend and it just makes you think it's all one big family."

Breeland, who has been committed to Clemson since last June, remains firm in that pledge.

"I'm firm. Always have been," he said.

He also revealed some intriguing information regarding one of Clemson's highest-rated uncommitted targets - Beaufort linebacker Justin Parker.

"I think we are going to get him," he said. "He was having a good time the whole weekend I know that."

Breeland also said he enjoyed getting to talk with Clemson's academic support team, and of course Dabo Swinney.

"He just makes you feel comfortable with everything," Breeland added. "It was a great visit. Clemson really takes care of you but I knew that already anyway."

Breeland, out of Allendale-Fairfax High School, is a four-star prospect who could play either safety or cornerback at the next level. Top Stories