Tiger Coaches Back on the Road


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This is the second week coaches can hit the road for in-home visits with prospects. Coaches will be on the road next week then NCAA rules keep them off of the road until after the holidays.



We have contacted prospects, parents and high school and prep school coaches to get an idea of where Clemson's staff will be this week.



Here are some of the places Clemson coaches are expected to be at this week:



Dabo Swinney-North-South All-Star Game, Jamarcus Grant, Rendrick Taylor, T.J. Williams, Terrell Smith, Tyler Grisham, Paul Muse, Quentez Ruffin, Jacquez McKissic, J.C. Neal, Hivera Green, Ryan Stamper, Eugene Hayes, Sadat Chambers.



David Blackwell-North-South All-Star Game, Jamacus Grant, Rendrick Taylor, Hivera Green, Corey Lambert, Reynaldo Hunter, Barry Humphries, Demerick Chancellor, Avery Vogt, Eric Houston, Kalvin Baker, Jamie Robinson, Travil Jamison.



Burton Burns-North-South All-Star Game, Fork Union Combine (Elsmore Gabriel, Phillip Merling, Durrel Barry, Derrick McPherson, Bryan Payton), Hadrian Lewis, Josh Miller, Ramon McElrathbey, Carlos Thomas, James Davis, Mark Paschal.



Brad Scott-North-South All-Star Game, Fork Union Combine (Elsmore Gabriel, Phillip Merling, Durrel Barry, Derrick McPherson, Bryan Payton), Thomas Austin, Mike Davis.



Ron West-North-South All-Star Game, Etta Etta-Tawo, James McKinney, Antwon Murchison, Trey Simmons, Antonio Clay.



Jack Hines-North-South All-Star Game, Eron Riley, Nick Kyles, Brandon King.



We have not reached Tony Nelson, Curtis Crouch, Jonathan Hannah, Darius Dewberry, Charles Gamble, Kavell Conner to see which Clemson coch is coming and what day they will be there.



Jerrell King is participating at the North-South All-Star game and can't have in-home visits this week but Clemson assistant Burton Burns was in last week and will be back next week.



The Clemson staff will be at Shrine Bowl practices Monday and Tuesday of next week.


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