Washington DT: "best college visit I've ever been on"

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Vincent Moore - Defensive Tackle
Height: 5-10   Weight: 255   Hometown: Washington, DC (Archbishop Carroll HS)   Class: 2018

2018 defensive tackle Vincent Moore Jr. from Washington, D.C. took an unofficial visit with his dad, high school teammate Deon Jones and a few coaches to Clemson over the weekend.

TigerNet spoke with Moore, and he said that the visit was one of the best moments of his life.

"The Clemson visit was the best college visit I've ever been on. They treat everyone the same no matter what hype you have or where you come from," Moore said. "It's a family school. Coach Dabo and the other defensive coaches was great talking to. Trust me I'm only a sophomore but im All IN. And I'll be back very soon. Now I know why my fellow teammate and friend Deon Jones love Death Valley so much. The Clemson visit was the best part of my life so far and I won't forget it. I'm ALL IN Baby!"

Moore discussed some things that he enjoyed while on his visit.

"My favorite coaches is Coach Dabo, Defensive Line Coach Brooks, and I formed a good bond with Coach Reed the DB coach," Moore said. "My favorite things was, of course, the Jersey photo shoot. The weight training program is awesome and also running down the hill and touching Howard's Rock."

As a sophomore, he recorded 25 tackles including four tackles for loss and three forced fumbles. On offense, he had four pancake blocks.

He has no offers at this point in his recruitment, but Marshall and Tennessee are two schools that have shown interest.

Moore said his 4-star teammate Deon Jones "loves Clemson and the family atmosphere."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Vincent Moore Recruiting Profile
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