Two-sport prospect DB Trevon Flowers of Tucker, GA finished up his official visit to Clemson Friday afternoon and hit the road for Knoxville for his official visit with the Vols for the weekend. Flowers, also a middle infielder prospect, had extensive meetings with Clemson safeties coach Mickey Conn, head coach Dabo Swinney and with the baseball coaches.
“It was pretty good, I liked the facilities and the people,” Flowers said of his Clemson visit. “They want me bad. They need help at the safety spots and I’m pretty much a priority. They want me bad.”
Flowers said he met with Swinney this morning before leaving campus.
“He’s a great guy, he knows what he’s talking about,” he said.
Flowers only played one season of high school football and he said the Clemson coaches liked what they saw of him on film as a strong safety.
“They said for my first year it looked pretty good, I could tackle, run and catch and have good ball skills.”
LeAnthony Williams served as his player host. Flowers said he will take his official visit to Tennessee this weekend and then decide between the Tigers, Vols and Kentucky. He originally signed with Kentucky for baseball last November but was released from that.
“I’ve got three schools at the top but Clemson is up there,” he said.
Flowers said he probably will make his decision by Monday but likely won’t announce anything until Wednesday.