Prince convinced even more Clemson is the place for him


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R.J. Prince - Offensive Tackle
Height: 6-6   Weight: 285   Hometown: Albemarle, NC (Albemarle HS)   Class: 2013



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Clemson commitment R.J. Prince R.J. Prince
Offensive Tackle
6-6, 285
Albemarle, NC

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already knew he loved Clemson, but this past weekend's visit convinced him even more.

Prince, a 6-6, 290-pound 2013 offensive line commit out of Albemarle, N.C., told TigerNet Sunday evening that he got to see even more on the campus on his Junior Day visit.

"I came down with my one of my friends and his dad," he said. "We had a good weekend. I got to tour the campus some more, and I got to see parts of the campus I had never seen before. I am totally in love with the heart of the campus. I saw the freshman dorms and places where I will be staying when I go there."

Prince said he didn't do too much recruiting with the other juniors, instead choosing to let them find their own way.

"I asked guys what they thought about it," he said. "Some of them loved it. They felt good about what they were seeing. I wouldn't say I was recruiting - I was just asking what they thought."

He also got to spend a little time with his future coaches.

"They talked to me and asked me how I was doing," he said. They treated me like I was one of their own. But that is the same they have always treated me. We are family."

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