Ray Ray McCloud headlines UNC visitor list

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McCloud had 229 yards rushing (and touchdown pass) in a win over Steinbrenner High last week.

The 2014 football season is still young but the Clemson football team has had only one home opportunity to show off Death Valley to prospective student athletes.

However, they will get the opportunity to show prospects what Clemson has to offer in grand fashion Saturday – a night game in Death Valley against long-time rival North Carolina.

There will be no bigger recruit on campus than current 2015 athlete commit Ray Ray McCloud Ray Ray McCloud
Wide Receiver
5-10, 170
Tampa, FL

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III out of Tampa (FL) Sickles. The five-star prospect has an off week and will be making the trek to Clemson for his one and only official visit.

There has been a lot of speculation surrounding McCloud’s recruitment with national pundits saying that the Tampa star will flip to Florida at some point; however his parents have always said that he is 100-percent committed to Clemson. It doesn’t hurt that Clemson will get the only official visit to make a final impact on McCloud before he enrolls in January.

There will also be several other commits taking unofficial visits this weekend.

2015 commits
Austin Bryant Austin Bryant
Defensive End
6-5, 245
Thomasville, GA

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, DE, Thomasville (GA) Thomas County
Kelly Bryant Kelly Bryant
6-4, 205
Piedmont, SC

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, QB, Piedmont (SC) Wren
Gage Cervenka Gage Cervenka
Defensive Tackle
6-3, 280
Greenwood, SC

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, DT, Greenwood (SC) Emerald
Kaleb Chalmers Kaleb Chalmers
5-11, 170
Greenwood, SC

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, DB, Greenwood (SC)
Zach Giella Zach Giella
Offensive Tackle
6-6, 285
Augusta, GA

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, OL, Augusta (GA) Augusta Christian
Noah Green Noah Green
Offensive Tackle
6-5, 275
Boiling Springs, SC

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, OL, Boiling Springs (SC)
Tanner Muse Tanner Muse
6-4, 205
Belmont, NC

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, DB, Belmont (NC) South Point
Van Smith Van Smith
6-0, 170
Charlotte, NC

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, DB, Cornelius (NC) Hough

2016 commit
J.C. Chalk J.C. Chalk
Tight End
6-4, 221
Argyle, TX

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, TE, Argyle (TX)

The 2016 class will be well represented in Death Valley this weekend, starting with coveted running back target – Spartanburg (SC) back Tavien Feaster Tavien Feaster
Running Back
6-0, 190
Spartanburg, SC

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2016 prospects
Parker Boudreaux, OL, Orlando (FL) Bishop Moore
Brittain Brown Brittain Brown
Running Back
6-0, 185
Canton, GA

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, DB, Canton (GA) Cherokee
Devine Diablo, WR, Winston-Salem (NC) Mount Tabor
Xavier Gantt, ATH, Buford (GA)
Nyles Pinckney Nyles Pinckney
Defensive Tackle
6-2, 260
Seabrook, SC

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, DT, Seabrook (SC) Whale Branch
Sean Pollard Sean Pollard
Offensive Guard
6-5, 310
Southern Pines, NC

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, OL, Southern Pines (NC) Pinecrest
Travis Ramseur, QB, Statesville (NC)
Emanuel Bridges 2016 LB
Josh Brown 2016 LB
Jayson Hopper 2016 WR
Josh Imatorbhebhe 2016 WR
Jonathan Smith 2016 LB
Brandon Tillmon 2016 Ath
Yafari Werts 2016 Ath

2017 prospects
Jake Bentley 2017 QB

The men’s basketball program will also host two visitors this weekend in three-star forward Luke Maye out of Cornelius (NC) Hough. Maye’s decision is down to North Carolina and Clemson.

Head coach Brad BrownellBrad Brownell
Head Coach
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will also host Mableton (GA) Pebblebrook point guard Ty Hudson. The three-star guard is thought to be considering Clemson, and Ole Miss.

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