RB Caleb Kinlaw Profile
Goose Creek sophomore running back Caleb Kinlaw hadn't visited Clemson since his older brother, Rodney Kinlaw, went through the recruiting process almost a decade ago.
The younger Kinlaw recently spoke with CUTigers.com> about his most recent trip to Clemson.
"It was good. I really didn't get around all that much because we got up there late. But the little that I saw, I liked," he said.
After the game, Kinlaw met up with his recruiter of record, running backs coach Tony Elliott.
"I talked to him a little bit. He showed me around the locker room," Kinlaw said.
What stood out?
"The fans. The whole area was orange. I like the down-home feeling they had. It's kind of rural, not in a city, by itself."
The class of 2014 prospect has visited Virginia Tech and South Carolina this season. He talked about those two campuses, too.
Virginia Tech: I like Virginia Tech. They're setup and Clemson's are pretty similar. It's a down-home feel.
South Carolina: It's more in the city. That's kind of a down a little bit for me, but I still like the area.
Kinlaw will head back to Columbia this weekend for the Clemson/South Carolina game.
Heading into last week's playoff game against Northwestern, he'd rushed 135 times for 1,097 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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