Clemson Football Recruiting: Nation’s No. 1 Athlete pays Tiger Town a visit

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02: Tavien Feaster
CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02: Tavien Feaster /

The 2019 Clemson football recruiting cycle is shaping up to be a big one. The nation’s No. 1 athlete made a trip to Tiger Town on Wednesday.

The 2019 Clemson football recruiting cycle is shaping up to be one of the biggest in school history. The Tigers will look to pick up more prospects in this class than that of the past few classes.

In that spirit, we found out that the nation’s No. 1 athlete by Rivals and No. 2 athlete by 247 made a visit to Tiger Town on Wednesday.

Quavaris Crouch, a 5-star prospect out of Charlotte, North Carolina, came down and, alongside several other recruits and attendees, watched the scrimmage in Death Valley.


Crouch was on campus for Clemson football’s Junior Day back in January and it’s always good to get guy back in town.

He is a very talented running back/linebacker type that was offered by Clemson as an athlete. The Tigers could see him playing either position in college.

Crouch is physical and explosive and, without a doubt, has the talent to play professionally one day.

He has unofficially visited Clemson many times.

It seems that Clemson, South Carolina, and Tennessee are his top schools at this time. From what we’ve heard, Crouch will not make a decision anytime soon.

I’d imagine that he will take several official visits in the fall and make a decision sometime after that. I would give Clemson the recruiting advantage over South Carolina and Tennessee, although he is very close with Bobby Bentley and the Gamecocks.

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It will be interesting to see what happens with his recruitment, but it’s always good news to hear a recruit making another visit on campus.