Will QB Boyd visit Clemson

Rumors have been swirling that Rivals100 quarterback Tajh Boyd could make his final college choice as early as this week.
The Hampton (Va.) Phoebus standout received an in-home visit from Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel last Wednesday night. The 6-foot-1, 208-pounder is also seriously considering Oregon.
Clemson has also come on strong down the home stretch in an effort to land the blue-chipper's fifth and final official visit.
The four-star recruit, one of the nation's elite quarterback prospects, received a phone call from Clemson's head coach, Dabo Swinney, and new offensive coordinator Billy Napier, Saturday night.
"They basically said I should have to at least come and take a look and give them a chance," Boyd said Tuesday evening. "See how unique and great it is there."
Is there a selling point for the Tigers?
"I would have a chance to compete as soon as I'm healthy," he added. "They are building a great class."
Could a trip to Clemson conspire before the decision goes down?
"I'm still undecided right now," the Rivals100 member admitted. "Depends on when I make my decision."
Boyd, who saw Clemson unofficially several years ago, was expected to take an official visit to Clemson this past weekend but things fell through.
Could a choice be right on deck? Or will it be later this month? And in what fashion will the nation's No. 3 dual-threat quarterback announce his verdict?
"Earliest would be Thursday and latest would be I don't know, probably be like before February," the nation's No. 51 overall prospect, according to, stated. "I'm having something like a press conference."
Clemson's coaching staff does not currently have a quarterback on its verbal commit board.
Boyd officially visited Ohio State on December 12, followed by a trip to Oregon on December 19. The 6-foot-1, 208-pounder officially visited Tennessee on October 24.
Napier and Tiger assistant head coach Danny Pearman have already conducted an in-home visit with the US Army All-American.