Listed as a wide receiver by Scout.com, 2011 Dunbar High School athlete Chris James is being recruited to Clemson primarily as a cornerback.
He spoke with CUTigers after wrapping up a camp visits to Clemson and North Carolina.
With no written offers yet, James does expect to be getting one from Colorado in the very near future. (Roy Philpott)
With no plans to hit any other camps this summer, James is focusing on the weight room and getting ready for his senior season at Dunbar.
As a junior, he threw for 556 yards and three touchdowns, rushed for four touchdowns and caught nine passes for 166 yards and three touchdowns. On defense, he registered 70 tackles and two interceptions from the safety position.
"In critical games that we needed to win, I played quarterback.
About the North Carolina visit James said, "It was nice too. I liked it a lot."
With no written offers yet, he does expect to be getting one from Colorado in the very near future.
James made his way up to Clemson with Dunbar classmate Champ Lewis, before heading up to Chapel Hill for North Carolina's camp.
"We want to go to the same school, it's something that we want to do," James said.
The 6-1, 175-pound athlete said North Carolina is currently recruiting him the hardest right now.
Clemson offensive guards/centers coach Brad Scott is the main recruiter.