One of Tennessee’s top high school prospects took an unofficial visit to the University of Tennessee this past weekend.
Rumors have been circulating that Memphis Central’s Cameron Clear might be cooling off the Vols, that doesn’t appear to be the case.
“Tennessee has always been one of my top schools, nothing has changed there,” Clear told InsideTennessee.com. “I have no particular order for my top five, but the Vols have always been close to the top.”
Clear recently took in the Tennessee vs. Alabama game this past weekend and came away impressed.
“It was great, I had a lot of fun,” Clear said. “I really enjoyed the game, it was exciting.”
Clear realizes that Tennessee is rebuilding and isn’t worried about the Vols current record.
“UT has so many young players,” Clear said. “They have been very impressive to be so young.”
Clear got a chance to talk to his recruiting coach Charlie Baggett.
“Coach Baggett and I have built a great relationship,” Clear said. “He is easy to talk to.”
Clear has had a good senior season, the 6-foot-7, 260-pound tight end has caught over five touchdowns and led his Central team to a recent upset over Melrose.
A win this Friday night will put Central in the state playoffs for the first time in a long time.
“Right now we are focused on making the playoffs,” Clear said. “That is very important to us, we have to win this week and we should get in.”