This is the time of year where some commitments seem to get a bit shaky. They wonder if they made the right decision and begin to visit other schools as is the case with several Clemson recruits. One Tiger commitment that is very firm in his commitment is Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast tight end Paul Muse.
“Right now everything is the same as it has been being,” Muse said. “I am 100-percent Clemson Tiger all the way. I am still a firm commitment to Clemson and I plan to sign with them in February.”
The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Muse runs the 40-yard dash in 4.85 seconds, has a 315-pound bench press and 400-pound squat.
“I am planning on taking my official visit to Clemson in January,” Muse said. “I have thought about maybe taking an official visit to Southern Miss with one of my teammates, but that is about the only other one I have even thought about taking.”
Muse is ranked as the No. 19 tight end in America by Rivals.com as well as the No. 72 prospect in the Sunshine State.
“I went to the Georgia Tech game up there earlier this year and that was a heart-breaking loss for them,” Muse said. “I am planning on going up to the South Carolina game at the end of the year.”