Clemson and Georgia to battle for 2015 DB

Class of 2015 Tucker (Ga.) defensive back Duke Shelley started the summer as an unknown, but after some strong camp showings he's firmly on the radar of several schools.
The first school to pull the trigger on an offer was Clemson, after Shelley impressed at a camp earlier this summer.
"I went up there to to camp and did well enough to receive an offer," Shelley said. "It was an indescribable feeling getting that offer. It was a really a great moment for me."
Since camping at Clemson, Shelley said he's been in regular contact with defensive backs coach Mike Reed.
"We've been talking back and forth and he really wants to get me back up there," Shelley said. "I want to go but I think I might have to wait until after school starts. I want to get up for a game this year, that's definitely something I'm trying to do."
Shelley also participated in Georgia's Dawg Night event and was singled out by coaches for his efforts.
"They called a couple of guys names out and had us go against each other separately," he said. "I think I did really well there. I ran a 4.48 40 and I was good in one-on-ones. They talked to me afterward and let me know they'll be watching me."
Shelley's teammate at Tucker, linebacker Detric Dukes is already committed to Georgia and Shelley said an offer from the Dawgs would put them right in the mix.
"I'd like to get any offer but Georgia is a big SEC school and I hope I can get that offer," he said. "They would be Top 3-5 on my light right away."
Shelley said this fall he's planning visits to Clemson, Georgia and Florida State.