RB Shakur Chisolm Profile
Clemson will be among the stops he plans to make later this month.
"I like their offense. Their offense is awesome. It's one of the best offenses. They've always got somebody moving in their offense, I think it's 90 percent of the time, somebody moving before the play. They do a lot of read-option, I like that," Chisolm told CUTigers, during a recent interview.
The 6-1, 195-pound prospect looks forward to his first trip to Tigertown.
"I know for sure I'm going. I'm going to be there, because I haven't been there yet. I've already been to South Carolina. I'm trying to get up to Clemson, see the town person," he said.
Where else will he visit?
"I know I'm going to Clemson. I'm going to South Carolina's camp. I'm going to make the Auburn camp and Georgia, try to get all the schools I can in. I'm definitely going to South Carolina's 7-on-7 camp on June 14."
Chisolm broke his foot on the second play of the second game of his sophomore, so he finished the season with around 200 yards rushing.
Coming to camp in Clemson
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