R100 WR Scott talks Clemson trip

East Lake (Fla.) Tarpon Springs wide receiver Artavis Scott recently visited Clemson for the second time and he said it was just as good as the first time.
"I liked it a lot up there," noted Scott. "It was the second time I had a chance to see everything, so that was good. There wasn't a real big difference. It was good like the first trip."
He doesn't know which trips he will take this summer because he is playing in a few high school tournaments with his school.

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The in-state schools figure to get visits because of the proximity. However, he isn't sure if he will visit all of them with his busy schedule.
One school of note that Scott mentioned was UCF. Scott feels they are on the rise and he likes the program. In addition to that his former quarterback Pete Dinovo goes there.
When I asked if he would like to catch passes from someone he is comfortable with?
"I would like to, but you never know. It all depends how I feel about it and how it benefits me and family," replied Scott.
The four-star athlete will decide where he will take official visits in August before his season starts.
So, which school is recruiting him the hardest to ensure they get an official visit?
"Clemson. I'm building a great relationship with Coach [Tony] Elliott and Coach [Jeff] Scott. When I'm there I talk to Coach [Dabo] Swinney and guys like Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins. They tell me how it is and my bond is growing with Clemson," stated Scott.