And that preference may be to stay instate?
"I had a great visit to South Carolina," said Eric Young. "I just hung out with the guys and I know them all pretty good. I can play there early too. I plan on taking all my visits before making the decision. I will stay in-state or at least it looks that way."
Young, from Union, South Carolina, is scheduled to visit Tennessee (1-24) and North Carolina (1-31). Last week, he tripped to Clemson. It looks like this will be a classic South Carolina and Clemson. Young is one of the best offensive line prospects in the nation. He could play guard or tackle.
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