RB Demont Buice Profile
Demont Buice and Tajh Boyd had never met before Buice was in town on official visit to Clemson this weekend. But the two laid the foundation for a good friendship that will continue through the years.
"I think he's going to be one of my good friends up there, I believe," Buice said.
Scout.com rates Buice as a three-star prospect and as the No. 69 running back in the nation for the class of 2010. Getting to talk to some of the fans he'll be playing in front of over the next few years was a highlight of his weekend.
"Going out and meeting some passionate people about Clemson was the highlight," Buice said.
One of several committed players making official visits over the weekend; there were a few uncommitted prospects that were also in, namely Justin Parker.
"I think he'll be coming to Clemson," Buice said. "He looked like he enjoyed it."
The official visit to Clemson will be the only one he takes.
Future Tiger discusses visit, Parker
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