Clemson held another of its major spring practice scrimmages Wednesday and two of the Tigers’ most coveted 2019 prospects were on hand. According to Adam Friedman of Rivals, RB Quavaris Crouch of Charlotte made his way to Clemson after visiting Tennessee last Saturday. He and Dabo Swinney had a talk according to Friendman.
LB Vonta Bentley of Birmingham also made it to Clemson Wednesday and is staying overnight and leaving Thursday after another meeting with Swinney. He also talked with him and defensive coordinator Brent Venables on Wednesday.
“They compared me to Mike Jones saying both of us are humble and mature and we’re here for a reason. We’re about business and that’s what he (Venables) sees in us and that’s what he likes,” Bentley said. “Coach Swinney was hyped up about me. He was saying the same thing Coach Venables was, saying like we are here for a reason.”
Clemson was Bentley’s favorite over Alabama going into the visit. He said that status has not changed.
“I say they are still #1. They are showing me a lot of interest.”
Bentley was at Auburn Tuesday and he’s also been to Alabama and is going back there April 13th.
“Auburn coaches are all hyped about me as well, showing love, just a good vibe. Alabama is the same way,” he said. “It won’t be hard to leave the state. I’m really not caring about how far it is from home or whatever.”
Florida and LSU also are among his offers. Bentley said at this point he’s not sure if he’ll sign early or graduate early.