QB Asiantii Woulard Profile
Asiantii Woulard has already taken official visits to South Florida, Kentucky and N.C. State.
The Winter Park High School senior hasn't set a date or location for the final official visit.
"It's actually been confidential for a while," he told CUTigers, referring to his Clemson official.
"We finally decided to put it out right now. Two or three weeks ago, we decided a date for when I'm going to come. I've been talking to them since, probably, the spring of my junior year. We've been in contact for a while."
Playing in Clemson's hurry-up, no-huddle offense is very appealing to the No. 34 quarterback in the class of 2013.
"I've been interested in Clemson because of their offense. They're a real explosive offense and they like to score a lot of points. They like to throw the ball," Woulard said.
Jeff Scott has served as the recruiter of record for Woulard, a former USF commitment.
Woulard declined to list his favorites.
"I don't really have a favorite in any particular, or I don't like to mention any schools, specifically," he said.
As a junior, Woulard passed for 1,334 yards and threw 14 touchdowns.
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