Junior QB Drayton Arnold of Myrtle Beach visited Clemson over the weekend and called his trip a good one. Arnold is hearing from the Tigers and said they are one of the schools showing the most interest.
“I talk to the coaches a lot,” he said. “They tell me they really like me, I think they’re pretty interested in me. I like going (to visit) Clemson. It’s a good atmosphere. I got a chance to talk to a lot of the coaches while I was there and it was a good game.”
Another ACC school may be more interested in Myrtle Beach product, however.
“Wake Forest is showing a lot of interest in me right now,” Arnold said. “I hope they offer soon. I went up there for the Tulane game and I like it a lot. It’s a great school academically and, even though they’re rebuilding the program right now, I have confidence they’ll get it done.”
His sole offer is from Ohio with Clemson, Wake Forest, Duke, NC State and East Carolina showing interest. Arnold’s next visit will be to East Carolina in two weeks.
Through six games, he has 1,400 yards passing and 22 touchdown passes.
Arnold did not name a favorite.