McDONOUGH, Ga. — Over 400 prospects came out Sunday to attend the Atlanta MVP Camp on the Avalon…
Elite WR trips to Clemson
Martin Luther King High School [Lithonia, Ga.] junior wide receiver Marquis Polite-Bray accompanied his teammate Josh Outlaw on the trip.
What stood out to Polite-Bray?
"The coaches, mainly, I felt a connection between the coaches and myself," he said in an interview with CUTigers. "They seem team oriented and I like how they keep their players in the classroom and how focused they are about their goals up there."
Last week's visit to Tigertown was his first campus trip of the spring. He visited Florida this past weekend and has also been on campus at both South Carolina and Auburn.
Polite-Bray has offers from Tennessee, Louisville, Wake Forest, SMU, Akron and Western Kentucky. Clemson, Miami, North Carolina, LSU and Florida are also in contact.
"They were the first to offer me. They're showing me the most love right now," he said.
Polite-Bray, who checks in at 6-1, 175, caught 20 passes for 300 yards and five touchdowns.
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