List of recruits visiting Clemson this weekend


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Kenderius Whitehead - Defensive End
TigerNet: (3.93)

Height: 6-5   Weight: 210   Hometown: Monroe, GA (M.L. King HS)   Class: 2012
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TigerNet has confirmed that the following recruits will be on campus this weekend.

DE Martin Aiken Martin Aiken
Defensive End
6-3, 250
Bamberg, SC

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DL Josh Brown Josh Brown
Defensive Tackle
6-5, 290
Aiken, SC

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LB TJ Burrell
DB Ronald Geohaghan
WR Germone Hopper Germone Hopper
Athlete
6-0, 175
Charlotte, NC

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DE Shaq Lawson
OL Javarius Leamon Javarius Leamon
Offensive Line
6-6, 295
Woodruff, SC

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TE Jay Jay McCullough Jay Jay McCullough
Running Back
6-4, 235
Fort Mill, SC

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DB Cordrea Tankersley Cordrea Tankersley
Defensive Back
6-2, 195
Aiken, SC

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DL Carlos Watkins Carlos Watkins
Defensive Line
6-4, 285
Forest City, NC

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DB Marty Williams Marty Williams
Athlete
6-1, 189
North Augusta, SC

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DE Kenderius Whitehead Kenderius Whitehead
Defensive End
6-5, 210
Monroe, GA

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Kenderius Whitehead is the only uncommitted 2012 prospect that will be on campus this weekend. Junior WR Tramel Terry will also be on an unofficial visit to Clemson.

He is rated 4 stars DE by ESPN and 247 sports. The other recruiting services have him at 3 stars. As a junior, he had 54 tackles and 11 sacks.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Kenderius Whitehead Recruiting Profile
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