Clemson To Host Six Prospects This Weekend


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Clemson has scheduled six official visitors for this weekend according to Mickey Plyler. This would bring the total number of prospects to take an official visit to Clemson to 50.


ATH Sinclair Cannon (6-3, 190) from Greer, SC will make his second trip to Clemson this month. He made an unofficial visit during Clemson’s big recruiting weekend earlier this month. Cannon remains a Tennessee commitment but has not totally closed the door on the Tigers.


Also visiting this weekend will be TE Xavier Littleberry (6-6, 240) of Camden Military, RB Vernell Jones (5-11 185) [Pictured on Front] from Lake View, DL Bryon Bishop (6-4, 280) from Union, TE Durrell Berry (6-5, 245) from Summerville, SC and TE Phillip Merling (6-5, 250) from Cordova, TN who committed to the Tigers earlier this week.


“Clemson is waiting on about 15 players and like all classes the last two weeks are so important,” said recruiting analyst Mickey Plyler. “The last two weeks are many times the difference between good classes and great classes.”



Official Visits

Nov 7

1 DT Cory Groover 6-3, 282 Summit, MS

2 DT Markell Thompson 6-7, 285 Summit, MS

3 QB Jordan Steffy 6-1, 205 Leola, PA

Dec 20

4 OL Ell Ash 6-5, 263 Willingboro, NJ

5 DE Antonio Reynolds 6-4, 225 Hargrave Military

Jan 9

6 RB Albert Ashcraft 6-3, 190 Monroe, NC

7 DB C.J. Barber 6-2, 215 Rock Hill, SC

8 DE Shaun Branscome 6-6, 255 Pulaski, VA

9 WR Jamar Bryant 6-2, 184 Rockingham, NC

10 DB Chris Clemons 6-1, 180 Arcadia, FL

11 RB Andre Copeland 5-8, 190 Lake City, FL

12 DB Brandon Croley 6-0, 180 Jacksonville, FL

13 DE Anthony Davis 6-6, 235 Columbia, SC

14 LB Dannell Ellerbe 6-2, 185 Rockingham, NC

15 DB Marcus Folmar 6-0, 175 East Brewton, AL

16 DE Elemore Gabriel 6-4, 250 Brooklyn, NY

17 DB Mike Hamlin 6-2, 184 Lamar, SC

18 QB Cullen Harper 6-3, 200 Alpharetta, GA

19 ATH L'Dontae Harris 6-0, 180 Gadsden, AL

20 OL Bobby Hutchinson 6-5, 290 Greenville, FL

21 LB Leland Jones 6-1, 205 Atlanta, GA

22 WR Aaron Kelly 6-4, 175 Marietta, GA

23 DB Adrian Kindred 6-2, 198 Opelika, AL

24 OL Corey Lambert 6-7, 306 Greenville, SC

25 WR Mike McIntosh 6-2, 180 Jacksonville, FL

26 DT Jacquez McKissic 6-7, 263 Opelika, AL

27 WR Phillip Morris 6-3, 192 Timmonsville, SC

28 OL Nygel Pierson 6-6, 295 Darlington, SC

29 DT Matt Raysor 6-4, 275 Bamberg, SC

30 QB Tribble Reese 6-3, 210 Mountain Brook, AL

31 LB Maurice Reevy 6-3, 225 Fork Union Prep

32 OL Barry Richardson 6-7, 330 Mt Pleasant, SC

33 DB Akeem Robinson 6-5, 270 Miami, Fl

34 DB Travis Robinson 5-10, 180 Tuscaloosa, AL

35 DT Dorell Scott 6-4, 295 Columbia, SC

36 OL Taylor Tremel 6-4, 260 Lake Mary, FL

37 LB Courtney Vincent 6-1, 220 Allendale, SC

38 OL Tony Willis 6-6, 305 Highland Springs, FL

39 LB Jake Wingo 6-0, 200 Tuscaloosa, AL

40 TE Chris Zellner 6-2, 217 Sarasota, FL

January 16

41 DL Donald Fondren 6-4, 275 Chiefland, FL

42 DE Anthony Hill 6-7, 270 Hargrave Prep, VA

43 DL Rashaad Jackson 6-4, 290 Union, SC

44 LB Alex Pearson 6-2, 240 Greenville, SC

January 24

45 TE Durrell Barry 6-5 245 Summerville, SC

46 DL Bryon Bishop 6-4 280 Union, SC

47 ATH Sinclair Cannon 6-3 190 Greer, SC

48 RB Vernell Jones 5-11 185 Lake View, SC

49 TE/DE Xavier Littleberry Camden Military

50 TE Phillip Merling 6-5 250 Cordova, TN

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