King Remains Wide Open


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Caleb King - Running Back
Height: 5-11   Weight: 195   Hometown: Lilburn, GA (Parkview HS)   Class: 2007




Clemson has had some success recently at Parkview High School. Last year, the Tigers signed tight end Michael Palmer, and former Parkview standout Brandon Pilgrim was already on campus. When Palmer committed to Clemson, he was asked about his teammate Caleb King.

Palmer compared King to Reggie Bush, saying he was simply amazing. When looking at King's offer list, it is apparent college coaches feel the same way about King.

Auburn and Georgia have long been considered the two teams to beat for King, but King says he is still wide open.

"I do not have any favorites. I am still looking at everybody. I want to narrow it down before my season starts, and then I will take some visits."

King is widely considered the top running back in the nation, but King remains humble.

"I know that is out there, but I just focused on getting ready for my senior year. It is a great honor, if that holds true, but I want to win. Teams are gonna really key on me this year, and I know I will have to up my level of play."

Despite James Davis and CJ Spiller already being on campus, we do believe Clemson can get King on campus. King is a competitor, and he understands there will be competition everywhere.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Caleb King Recruiting Profile
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