4-star WR to visit Clemson on Saturday


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Juval Mollette - Wide Receiver
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Height: 6-4   Weight: 180   Hometown: Randleman, NC (Randleman HS)   Class: 2015
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4-star WR Juval Mollette Juval Mollette
Wide Receiver
6-4, 180
Randleman, NC

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Juval Mollette
Wide Receiver
6-4, 180
Randleman, NC

ESPN:
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announced via twitter that his mother and him will be visiting Clemson for its annual spring game held on April 12th.

Mollette has previously released his top five schools and had Clemson and North Carolina as his current co-leaders. Michigan, Virginia Tech, and Ohio State are also being considered in the lead group.

Clemson's Robbie Caldwell has been actively recruiting and visiting 4-star WR Juval Mollette from Randleman, N.C. The tall wide receiver was able to visit Clemson's campus in early March 2014 for a Junior Day.

Mollette has offers from Clemson, Duke, ECU, Georgia Tech, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, NC State, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, and others.

In 2013, he had 56 receptions for 661 yards and nine touchdowns. During the year, he was double-teamed frequently and had bracket coverage on him. In 2012, he had 63 receptions for 1,038 yards and 11 touchdowns.

He would like to major in Sports Medicine if possible at his future college. He plans to make his final decision after his senior season.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Juval Mollette Recruiting Profile
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