High-profile visitor

Wake Forest junior running back Bryce Love is one of the most productive players in the state of North Carolina.

RB Bryce Love Profile

Heading into Friday night's game Broughton, Love has rushed 39 times for 620 yards and 10 touchdowns. He's also returned a pair of kickoffs for touchdowns.

Love visited Clemson for the season opener against Georgia.

"It was a good experience, to see the Clemson atmosphere and meet all of the coaches. Just things like that," he said.

Love spoke with area recruiter Robbie Caldwell and running backs coach Tony Elliott.

"Coach Elliott, he talked about his family, he talked about the college decision, how it's more than just picking someone because of what color jersey the team has or the football program. It's really a life decision," Love said.

He also heard Dabo Swinney speak.

"Coach Swinney is real down to earth. He didn't just talk about football. He talked about school and other things like that," Love said.

Since the Clemson trip, Love has visited ECU and Georgia. He hopes to visit Tennessee, plus some of the other in-state schools later this fall.

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