K.C. Orr is a talented 6-3, 240-pound defensive lineman who has been receiving interest from recruiters around the South. He recently took in a camp at Auburn, and he shares the experience with ScoutSouth.com.
"I loved it at Auburn," K.C. Orr said from his home in Speake, (Ala). "I liked all the coaches. They were all very easy to get along with."
"I talked to Coach [Don] Dunn afterwards, and he really liked me. He liked my size. He wants me to send him film after the first three games of our season," Orr explained.
Orr is also receiving interest from Alabama, UAB, Mississippi State, Georgia Tech, Duke and Middle Tennessee. He has plans to attend camp at two of those schools this month.
"I am going to camp at UAB on the 19th, and I'm going to try my best to go to the Alabama camp," Orr explained.
Which team is recruiting K.C. Orr the hardest?
"Mississippi State seems to be most interested in me," he said. "One of their coaches came by our school while I was working out, and he told me they really liked me."
Stay with ScoutSouth.com as we continue to follow the Speake athletes throughout the recruiting process.
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