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Clemson's high school camps get underway Wednesday

  by - Staff Writer - Tuesday, June 4, 2013 5:59 PM

Spring practice is two months in the past, and baseball is over on the Clemson campus until next February. Kickoff is still 80-plus days away. School is out for most, and vacations are being planned and taken.

Which means, of course, that it is time for Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney’s high school football camps, which will take place Wednesday thru Friday of this week and next week, with many of the top prospects for 2014 and beyond on hand.

TigerNet will be on hand for the sessions on all six of the days, with photos and observations from each practice session we are allowed to attend.

There are a few interesting names coming in for the first week, including offensive tackle Mason Veal, who has offers from both Clemson and South Carolina.

The week of June 12th-14th sees a lot of Clemson commits on campus, including quarterback Deshaun Watson, tight end Milan Richard, tight end Cannon Smith and running backs C.J. Fuller and Jae’lon Oglesby. Other notables from that week are running back Stanley Williams, linebacker Raekwon McMillan, wide receiver Trevion Thompson and wide receiver Trey Quinn.

We will post an updated and complete list next week once we confirm with our sources what the final list will look like.


Eric Boggs, LB, Belton-Honea Path
Solomon Brown, OLB, Central-D.W. Daniel
Mike Edwards, S, Cincinnati (OH) Winton Woods
Quadarius Fair, WR, Andrew Jackson Academy
Cameron Holder, LB, Pickens
Donnell Stanley, OL, Latta
Kiante Walton, CB, Columbus (GA) Carver
Hayden Wheeler, WR, Pickens
Landon Whitman, LS, (GA) Crisp County
Ryan Yurachek, TE, Myrtle Beach-Carolina Forest


Zack Bailey, OL, Summerville (SC)
Michael Barnett, OT, Woodland
George Brown, OL, Cincinnati (OH) Colerain
Will Brunson, QB, Myrtle Beach-Carolina Forest
Ward Coleman, QB, (NC) New Hanover
Josh Curry, DT, Columbus (GA) Carver
Amir Ealey, TE, Irmo
Reggie Gallaspy, RB, Greensboro (NC) Southern Guilford
Noah Green, OL, Boiling Springs
Steven Griffin, ATH, Charlotte (NC) South Mecklenburg
Isaiah Hill, RB, Duncan-Brynes
Justin Hilliard, LB, Cincinnati (OH) St. Xavier
Tyler Queen, QB, Kennesaw (GA) North Cobb
Mason Veal, T, Charlotte (NC) Ardrey Kell
Antron Wakefield, LB, Pickens
Garrett Williams, TE, Orlando (FL) First Academy


Gunner Covey, FB, Pickens
Elijah Turner, QB, Pickens


Jake Bentley, QB, Duncan-Byrnes

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