Deablo goes to camp

Deablo goes to camp

Divine Deablo, the No. 24 ranked wide receiver in the class of 2016, spent several days in Clemson earlier this month for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

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The Mount Tabor High School rising junior is rated as a four-star and ranked by Scout.com as the No. 120 overall prospect in the class of 2016.

He recently spoke with CUTigers about his second session camp experience in Tigertown.

"I liked the fact that I learned a lot more and how they separated the receivers, so that you get more reps and get your money's worth," Deablo said.

The 1-on-1 instruction from wide receivers coach Jeff Scott was also a plus.

"It felt good. I like coach Scott. He's a great coach," Deablo said.

When it came time to make their recruiting pitch, what did the Clemson staff share with him?

"They were just giving me advice on what to look for in schools and around the time to get serious about the recruiting process."

Next month, Deablo hopes to make trips to Tennessee, N.C. State and Virginia Tech. Before Clemson, he camped at Duke and Wake Forest.

Clemson is competing with a number of other big-time programs for Deablo's services, including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

"Still trying to look at everybody, they're all about even right now," he said.

But there is a timeline for a decision.

"It is kind of far away, but around December or January," Deablo said.

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