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Four-star DE takes N.C. State visit

One of the Sunshine State's top defensive propsects
returned from his second official visit this past weekend.
"N.C. State was real nice," said four-star Fort
Lauderdale Dillard defensive end
Stanley McClover. "There was
no comparison between this one and my first visit (Michigan State). They've
got a great atmosphere at N.C. State and real down-to-earth players. I think
I could play with those guys."
McClover (6-4, 245, 4.53), a member of the Rivals.com
Southeast
Top 100 team and the No. 10 strongside defensive end in the
nation, was hosted by fellow Florida natives Tramaine Hall and Greg Golden.
"We had a lot in common," he said. "Greg Golden is
from down here in Lauderdale. They both seemed to like it a whole lot
there."
McClover also noted the new football training center
as a big plus for N.C. State.
In the last two days, he's had in-home visits from
LSU, Auburn, N.C. State and Florida. He said Auburn would likely get his
next official visit, perhaps this coming weekend.
"I have to get that decided pretty quick, but I
think I'm going to do it," McClover said.
He says he's "wide open" in terms of leaders at this
point.
McClover finished his senior season at Dillard with
more than 100 tackles and 20 sacks.
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