Jadeveon Clowney's busy day continued Saturday night with his second basketball game in as many nights.
Earlier in the afternoon he attended his football banquet at South Pointe High School, and he met with the film crew from New York that is filming a documentary on him.
Clowney's coach at South Pointe Bobby Carroll talked on the phone with Clowney Saturday. Carroll confirmed that Alabama is not as strong with Clowney at this point.
"It's not because of Alabama's legacy or anything like that," Carroll said. "It's the proximity thing. He's just not sure he wants to make that long ride."
South Carolina and Clemson are the top two with Clowney as of Saturday night, and as he has throughout this process, Carroll said again he feels Clowney is the Gamecocks to lose.
"That's what my gut feeling is," he said. "He's not saying a whole lot. I think he pretty much knows where he wants to go though."
Carroll also said Clowney has not told him of plans to make any more visits, official or unofficial. That includes a rumored unofficial visit to Clemson for next Saturday's basketball game with North Carolina.
A source close to Clowney said earlier Saturday that Clowney is tiring of the process. The source said he believes Clowney knows where he wants to go but is taking the extra time to make certain of his decision.
Clowney will announce his choice Feb. 14.