4-star SF to visit Clemson this weekend


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Height: 6-6   Weight: 200   Hometown: Columbia, SC (Dreher HS)   Class: 2015
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4-star small forward Tevin Mack Tevin Mack
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will take his official visit to Clemson this weekend according to multiple sources. Mack will also visit Connecticut on 10/10/14 and South Carolina on 10/17/14. Georgia appears to be the leader so far in his recruitment after his official visit there. He has also taken an official visit to VCU recently.

The 6-6, 200-pound guard was the AAA state Player of the Year, the AAA Region IV Player of the Year, All-State and All-Region honors and was a nominee for the South Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year.

Mack has offers from Clemson, Connecticut, Georgia, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami(OH), Mississippi State, S.F. Austin, VCU, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and others. Clemson offered on 5/31/14.

As a junior, he averaged 23 points and 7 rebounds per game.

He is also one of 100 recruits that was invited to the NBA Players Association camp this past summer. Also, one of his AAU teammates is young basketball phenom Seventh Woods.

Mack will announce his college decision on twitter once he finishes all of his official visits.

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