Elston keeps in touch with Clemson

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Trae Elston - Defensive Back
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Height: 6-0   Weight: 176   Hometown: Oxford, AL (Oxford HS)   Class: 2012

From David Hooker of ESPN :

Trae Elston Trae Elston
Defensive Back
6-0, 176
Oxford, AL

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not only has his list of schools cut to five, he also has it in order. The safety lists his leaders as Clemson, LSU, Miami, Alabama, Oregon and Auburn.

Both players(Elston and Kwon Alexander Kwon Alexander
6-2, 210
Oxford, AL

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) said they'd like to stay close to home if possible. The X factor in that may be Oregon. Even though they didn't visit the Ducks' campus, they were wowed by nearby Portland, the weather in the northwest and Nike's hospitality when they took part in The Opening this month in Beaverton, Ore.

Elston has also hit the road regionally, visiting Tennessee, Clemson, LSU, Texas, Arkansas, Auburn, Alabama, Georgia and Georgia Tech.

Elston said he has grown close to Clemson coach Dabo Swinney, which makes the Tigers well worth watching.

"I talk to him a lot," Elston said. "I Skype him. I call him to see how things are going at Clemson."

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Elston had 104 tackles and three interceptions with 28 catches for 569 yards and six touchdowns last fall. Class of 2012 ESPNU 150 Watch List Recruit.

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