Four-star OL talks Clemson trip

Josh Outlaw, the No. 13 offensive guard in the class of 2013, visited Clemson on Saturday afternoon for the Furman game.

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The one-time Florida commitment was in town with a pair of King High School teammates [Lithonia, Ga.].

"It was good. I went down there with my teammates, DeMarquis Polite-Bray and Jeremy Tyler," Outlaw told CUTigers.

He added, "We got to see Sammy Watkins' debut back. He had a great game. Nuk Hopkins, he had a great game. Tajh Boyd showed a couple of things. The defense was kind of shaky, but they held it together."

While in Clemson, Outlaw was unable to catch up with his recruiter of note, defensive ends coach Marion Hobby.

"I was supposed to talk to coach Hobby. Actually, I pulled up just before kickoff. After the game, I never got to talk to coach Hobby," Outlaw said.

Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, Miami, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Florida State. NC State, and Central Florida were recently listed as schools that have contacted Outlaw since he and Florida split up.

Outlaw was noncommittal when it came to naming schools that he's currently considering.

"I'm not decided, I'm not sure," he said.

For now, there are no other visits on the docket.

"Right now, I'm just trying to focus on my season, so I'm not sure," Outlaw said.

The 6-foot-4, 275-pound prospect plans on making his decision in February. His official visits won't be taken until his senior season ends.

Outlaw is "still considering" which schools will receive officials.

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