Elite WR visits Clemson

Clemson was the of last four spring break visits for a highly touted wide receiver from one of the most talent-rich cities in the country. CUTigers.com has the latest on this four-star standout who is seriously considering the orange and white.

WR Tacoi Sumler Profile

Prior to Tigertown, Christopher Columbus High School (Miami) wide receiver Tacoi Sumler visited UCF, Florida State and South Carolina. His visit in Clemson lasted from Thursday afternoon until Sunday morning.

"When I got there, I met up with coach (Jeff) Scott, went had a little bit of lunch, talked over some things with my parents, got a little background information. I went back with coach Scott, sat in a meeting. Then I went to the practice with my parents," Sumler said.

Friday morning, the family met with Scott at 10 in the West End Zone.

"We had a little tour, got to see all the new facilities, went to the academic center, went to the rock—took a bunch of pictures," Sumler said. "After that, my parents went back and resting. I was just chilling with some of the players in their rooms. Then, on Saturday, we went to the spring game."

When asked for his thoughts about the weekend, Sumler said, "I was impressed. Everybody was telling me it was a little too country. I liked the vibe I got from the campus and from the people and coaches."

He was most impressed with the layout of the campus.

"It's all together. It's small, but not really small. Everything is not spread out. I wouldn't even have to have a car. I could walk to class. That's really convenient," Sumler said.

The Clemson visit was the last trip he'll be making until this summer.

"I'm pretty much still wide-open. I look to break it down after spring, or sometime like that," he said.

Sumler is thinking about making his decision know during the Under Armor All-America game. But, he'll have to have his mind made by then.

"If I don't, I'll just wait until signing day," he said.

Looking to make all five official visits, Sumler isn't sure where they'll be.

"I'm still formulating, I'll figure it out sooner or later," he said.

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