WR Joe Craig Profile
Gaffney High School wide receiver Joe Craig said he and fellow 2010 wide receiver commit sent a lot of time with South Columbus defensive tackle/tight end Ethan Farmer.
"He was chilling with us most of the time. He was telling us that he's going on an official visit to North Carolina, but we told him it isn't going to get any better than Clemson," Craig said. "He was smiling when we ran down the hill and everything and when we watched the highlight video.
"My personal opinion, I think he's going to come to Clemson. I hope he does. We switched numbers, so I'm going to be texting him and on him heavy."
As for Craig, he's 100 percent all in with his commitment. He enjoyed getting to know some of his future teammates.
Hosted by Terrance Ashe, he also spent a lot of time Tajh Boyd and Andre Ellington.
"I just made a bond with some of the players to feel comfortable down there," Craig said.
During the campus tour on Saturday, the players went by the locker rooms to see their jerseys hanging up.
"We put our jerseys on, acted like it was a game day, broke it down on all in, got on the bus, road around to the rock and ran down the hill. That was pretty cool," he said.
Craig optimistic on Farmer
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