Hunter Renfrow is convinced that he can play college football at the highest level.
He'll get that opportunity beginning this summer when he joins the Clemson football program as a preferred walk-on.
Renfrow, a Shrine Bowl quarterback from Socastee, S.C., informed recruited Danny Pearman of his choice Thursday morning, a few days after making his official visit to campus.
Renfrow, who was recruited by Clemson as a wide receiver, chose the Tigers over a full scholarship offer from Appalachian State. He'll join a walk-on receiver crew that includes Daniel Rodriguez and Seth Ryan, the son of New York Jets' head coach Rex Ryan.
“I just wanted to play football at the highest level,” Renfrow told CUTigers.com. “I've always wanted to go there.”
The 5-10, 170-pound Renfrow passed for more than 1,500 yards and rushed for more than 800 yards as a senior at Socastee. Clemson is likely to utilize him as a slot receiver.
Renfrow is the second player to commit to Clemson as a preferred walk-on in the past week, as he joins Daniel High placekicker Christian Groomes, who also made his official visit last weekend.