Defensive lineman Rashan Gary of Paramus, N.J., took an unofficial visit to Michigan over the weekend and was scheduled to return home Saturday. Due to the weather in New Jersey, he won’t get back until Monday.
According to his mother, they have not decided on their final official visit this coming weekend to either Clemson or Alabama. They will decide on that early in the week.
Gary will be in Atlanta on Thursday to receive the Bobby Dodd High School Player of the Year Award and will go from there to either Clemson or Tuscaloosa. Gary, regarded as one of the nation’s top prospects. has taken official visits to Michigan, Ole Miss, Auburn and Southern Cal.
Mullen finishes up visits
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Defensive back Trayvon Mullen of Pompano Beach, Fla., made his official visit to LSU over the weekend, completing his five available trips.
He’s also been to TCU, Florida State, Clemson and Louisville.
“It was a good visit overall,” he said of LSU. “I liked the people and the players and the food.”
Clemson has kept in touch with Mullen, and he’s expecting Dabo Swinney to visit him Wednesday or Thursday of this week.
“They’re telling me I can come in and have a great opportunity to compete and have a starting job and help them to get back to where they were this year,” he said of the Tigers.
Mullen said Clemson and Florida State are recruiting him the hardest at this point. He doesn’t claim a favorite and says all five schools are still in it. Mullen plans to announce on Signing Day on ESPN between 9 and 10 a.m.