Coaches may debate what side of the field Fort Mill (S.C.) Nathan Ford's Jay Jay McCullough should play, but the versatile and intriguing athlete ended any discussion about his recruiting when he committed to Clemson on Thursday afternoon. "I did around 12:45. It felt like family there and their offense fits me the best," said McCullough, who picked the Tigers over South Carolina and Miami. "I will be playing everything -- running back, H-back, in the slot. It's kind of like what Percy Harvin did at Florida. That's gets me excited, to play in that kind of offense. It's what I do now, run and catch the ball for my high school team." While Clemson defensive coordinator Kevin Steele might still lobby for McCullough, for now, the three-star athlete belongs to the offensive coaches.