WR Daidren Zipperer of Lakeland, FL has cut his list to a final six of USC, Pitt, UCF, USF, BYU and Arkansas State. He made official visits this month to Pitt and UCF, and he took unofficial visits to USC and BYU. More visits will come in September and a decision will be made the end of that month.
Gamecocks secondary coach Torrian Gray and receivers coach Justin Stepp are both recruiting Zipperer, and he’s been in regular contact with them.
“My latest conversation was with coach Torrian Gray, and he we just talked about my top six list, and he was telling me I’m still wanted and stuff like that,” Zipperer said. “My last conversation with Coach Stepp, we talked about my official visit and me coming up there in September. He was telling me the same thing, that I’m wanted and would be a good fit.”
Zipperer was very impressed with USC and the staff from his visit in early June. That continues to resonate with him.
“They’ve got a good chance to get me,” Zipperer said. “I feel like I can thrive there. I feel like their coaching staff shows a lot of genuine love. They don’t feed into the lies. Some coaches do lie to the kids. I feel like they keep it hundred with me.”
Zipperer added that none of his top six is standing out more than any of the others at this point.
Last season Zipperer caught 17 passes for 260 yards and four touchdowns. His brother is a tight end at Florida.