''I like Clemson because they are a throwing team and they treat the kids good,'' Huggins told Allen Wallace of TheInsiders.com. ''The coaches are real nice and they are serious about getting all the best players. They are an up-and-coming program and they just need a little help.''
Although Clemson is an in-state school, it is six hours from Huggins' hometown. That actually weighs in the Tigers' favor.
''I live in a rough neighborhood and I'd like to get out,'' he said. ''Clemson is a good school, so I'll consider them, but I'd rather leave the state altogether. I'm hoping my family will be able to move wherever I go. That's what I like about Oklahoma. It just looks like a nice area. Also, I like their tradition.''
Huggins says he'll attend Junior Day at Tennessee this Saturday, but he is still unsure about which camps he'll attend.
Certainly, he doesn't lack for confidence.
''I'm quick and I can catch the ball at the high point,'' he said. ''I'm like Terrell Owens. I've got the speed and the height. I need to get stronger and I want to jump higher. I'd like to improve my agility and speed