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Decision time for Renfrow


  by - Staff Writer - Wednesday, January 29, 2014 12:29 AM
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The official visits are over, National Signing Day is right around the corner and it’s time for Hunter Renfrow to make his decision.

The Socastee (SC) standout athlete will go down as one of the school’s greatest quarterbacks after accounting for 1,421 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior; however, the time has come for him to choose between a scholarship offer from Appalachian State and a preferred walk-on offer from Clemson.

Renfrow spent last weekend on Clemson’s campus for his official visit, and he told TigerNet that he spent a lot of time with his player host, Corbin Jenkins, learning about the life of a walk-on athlete and the academic rigors of an engineering major.

“Corbin is from Conway High School which is right around where I live and I know his little brother,” Renfrow told TigerNet Tuesday night. There is already a good connection there. He is also an engineering major and that's what I want to do, so I talked to him about how hard it is. He was just saying that he loves going to school there even if he never played football.”

He also spent time with tight ends coach Danny PearmanDanny Pearman
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, both of whom are former walk-ons at Clemson.

“I spent most of my time with Coach Pearman and Coach Scott,” Renfrow said. “They both walked on at Clemson so they were kind of in the same boat that I am. They were just saying that they wanted me, but we'll see.”

After taking official visits to both of his top schools, Renfrow said that he likes the same things about both Appalachian St. and Clemson.

“Probably what I like the most about App. St. are the coaches because of how great they are, how nice they are, and they realize that football is just a game,” Renfrow said. “It's really the same thing with Clemson. I really like the Clemson coaches, too. I also like that at Clemson they play at the highest level.”

With the visits out of the way, the only thing left to do is sit down with his parents and make a final decision.

“I just have to talk to my parents,” Renfrow said. “It's between App. St. and Clemson, so I will talk to my parents and `make a decision within a week.”

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New Story: Decision time for Renfrow
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Sounds like a good kid
martelapts
I went to high school with Hunter and his brother
MB93Tiger®
Re: I went to high school with Hunter and his brother
slumdog
Re: I went to high school with Hunter and his brother
allorangeallthetime52®
Re: I would take Wofford over App. State. Too dang cold in
peanut
Great kid who could also play CF for the baseball team if
gripitnripit
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92TigerJohn
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tigerinaiken
Re: Johnson is too lazy.***
peanut
I'd say similar to what Humphies does but with a little
gripitnripit
I live a short drive from
FORESTTIGER
Re: I live a short drive from
FORESTTIGER
Edwards is from Greenwood not Anderson***
Coothater®
Re: I live a short drive from
Litefoot®
Receiver***
Prime T. Tiger
Re: Receiver***
FORESTTIGER
Recruited as a WR***
Prime T. Tiger
It's hard not to take the full ride
MackDaddy®
Re: It's hard not to take the full ride
allorangeallthetime52®
The next Wes Welker possibly.***
Caddie
Re: The next Wes Welker possibly.***
deroberts®
Re: The next Wes Welker possibly.***
SouthernTiger09
Re: The next Wes Welker possibly.***
slumdog
Why not the next Jerry Rice?***
camcgee®
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Re: New Story: Decision time for Renfrow
deroberts®
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Tiger4Ever91®
Re: New Story: Decision time for Renfrow
slumdog
I'd rather pay for a Clemson degree than get a free one
Judge Keller
If he comes to CU everyone will know his name before he leaves
dyeguy13®
I want him as a Clemson STUDENT
kgpittm®
this guy looked like Johnny fb. running - how big is
tigeron
Best wishes either way. If Dad not rich AppSt is good school***
SocMan2®
Can he play OL?***
803Tiger72®

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