One of Clemson's priority targets for the 2017 recruiting cycle has set a decision date. Four-star wide receiver
Amari Rodgers of Knoxville (TN) Catholic posted on Twitter Thursday evening that he will make a decision on Valentine's Day.
Rodgers, who committed to USC last summer, helped Catholic win the state championship last fall. He had an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, a 43-yard scoring reception and even tallied an interception.
Clemson wide receivers coach and co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott offered Rodgers in early December. Rodgers, the son of USC staffer and former Tennessee quarterback Tee Martin, then set up a Clemson visit. Rodgers visited during Clemson's Junior Day.
Rodgers has offers from Tennessee, Clemson, Florida St., USC and LSU among others.