DB offers strong words about Parker

If Justin Parker ends up at South Carolina, there's at least one current Clemson commit that would be shocked to not have him as a teammate.

DB Garry Peters Profile

CUTigers caught up with Garry Peters shortly after he wrapped up his official visit to Clemson to talk about the weekend and one of the few targets remaining on the board for 2010.

"I would be so shocked if (Justin Parker) went to South Carolina," he said. "We felt like family with him. He was there just chilling with us, hanging with us, vibing with us. It felt so right and there's a place for him."

Peters believes he got along well with all of the recruits who were on campus.

"I feel like I meshed with the recruits so well, even the guys who weren't committed. I feel like they're a part of our family and that they were going to commit," he said.

Jonathan Meeks hosted Peters, who will not be making any other official visits.

"I'm fully Clemson. That's it for me. The next thing is signing day," Peters said.

When he met with coach Dabo Swinney, they talked about playing time. Whether it's next season or in the following years, Peters looks forward to making an impact on the field at cornerback.

The plan is to wear No. 1, as long as its OK with fellow 2010 commit Martavis Bryant, who's planning to wear it on the offensive side of the ball, Peters said.

If he doesn't wear No. 1, then it'll be No. 3.

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