Clemons attends Big Ten spring game

New Kensington (Pa.) Valley wide receiver Toney Clemons, one of the top prospects in the Keystone state, said last week he would be attending the Ohio State Buckeyes spring football game.
"I made it out there," Clemons said after returning home from Columbus. "It was crazy. The atmosphere was great."
Clemons certainly noticed the crowd of over 60,000.

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"The thing that shocked me the most was the fan base," Clemons said. "I liked the crowd and how much support they show there."
There was more Clemons liked about his first visit to the Horseshoe and what he saw.
"I liked the offense they run," he said. "Ohio State is a good school and the hospitality was great. Ohio State is high on my list."
Other schools on Clemons list include Pitt, Penn State, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Michigan, Miami, Florida and Florida State. Clemons has scholarship offers from Pitt, Ole Miss, Connecticut and Akron.
The 6-foot-3 and 205-pound Clemons has been a varsity starter at wide receiver and free safety since his freshman year. Clemons has also returned kicks since his 9th grade season.
Clemons caught 39 passes for 666 yards during his junior season. He averaged 17.1 per reception and scored eight times through the air. Clemons also scored five times on kickoff returns and has six career interceptions.