Clemson Coach Ron West came by the house to meet with the 6-4, 275 pound star and his parents on Sunday night. "It went pretty well. He talked about their program and how they are really into the school work. He met with both of my parents. My mom and dad really like him. They really like Clemson."
South Carolina Coach Lounsberry also paid a visit to the Raysor household. "We talked about me being there next year. He's been my recruiting coordinator the entire time."
Raysor has scheduled official visits with Clemson and South Carolina and will probably not take any other visits according to Raysor.
The talented prospect will not have a final decision on where he will play next season until he has visited both schools ... so this makes him a soft commitment for the Gamecocks. "I'll just wait and see how the visits go," stated Raysor.
The parents of the South Carolina standout do not have a preference about where they would like to see their son attend college. "They don't really care. They just want me to get a good education."
Raysor is giving Clemson a second look after their big win in Columbia, but he says he is still firm with his commitment to the Gamecocks. "I'm still pretty firm with South Carolina, stated Matt.
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