Four-star defensive end Martin Aiken, the No. 24 player for his position in the class of 2012, spent last weekend on an official visit to Clemson.
January 18, 2012
Ten of the top prospects in the South made their decision over the past week and you can see who committed, what school they chose, and what that school is getting right here.
BAMBERG, S.C. - Images of four-star defensive end Martin Aiken committing to Clemson.
BAMBERG, S.C. - Four-star defensive end Martin Aiken announces for Clemson over South Carolina and Georgia Tech.
Bamberg-Ehrhardt defensive end Martin Aiken will bring an end to his recruitment on Sunday when he announces which school has his commitment.
Back in February, defensive tackle Martin Aiken said he wasn't going to name any favorites until the
summer. Technically, it is now the summer and Aiken has narrowed down his favorites list to three
Bamberg-Ehrhardt (Bamberg, S.C.) four-star DE Martin Aiken has visited his final three schools many times. But the nation's No. 12 defensive end prospect according to Scout.com wanted one more final look at Clemson, South Carolina and Georgia Tech before making a decision. Wednesday Aiken visited Columbia for another tour of USC.
Martin Aiken's made Clemson camp visits an annual experience throughout his high school career.