ATH Misun Kelley of Daniel has been to Clemson many times, but his unofficial visit Saturday for the Tigers victory over Syracuse was his first as an offered recruit. Kelley decommitted from Virginia Tech in early October, and a few days later he got the call from Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney who made him the offer for a position, either receiver or defensive back, to be determined later.
Like always, Kelley said he enjoyed his visit Saturday, but he also realized things were a little different because he was in a different place in Clemson’s recruiting plans.
“It was pretty good. It was better than the last once I took,” Kelley said. “I think it was because I’m high up on their board, so I was like a more important prospect this time. I talked to all the coaches. They have offered me as an athlete, so they don’t know yet (on a position.”}
With his new status on the Clemson board, Kelley got more attention from Swinney, and the two had a chance to talk while he was there.
“He was just telling me they want me bad,” Kelley said. “He just kept saying stop playing and something. He was basically telling me to commit. I did (consider it) but I’m still not sure about it yet. It’s not going to be much longer. I’m going to find out where I’m going in the next two to three weeks.”
Kelley is scheduled for an official visit to Virginia Tech November 4th, and he’s going back to Clemson for his official visit with the Tigers the weekend of the USC game. He’s also talked in the past about visiting Oklahoma and Florida but nothing has been set with them.