Tiger Source's Recruiting Board: (Updated 1/30)


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***UPDATES***

The Tigers are only waiting on five prospects as we are three days away from National Signing Day. TE Dennis Godfrey made his final visit to Virginia Tech this past weekend. As has been the norm in January, Godfrey was unreachable. We do know his mother is very much in favor of him going to Clemson. We feel Godfrey will make a Signing Day decision, but it could come sooner.


CJ Spiller is down to Clemson, Florida, and Florida State. We still believe FSU is the school to beat.


Terry Grant is very confused right now. One source told us on Friday that Grant was not even close to making a decision, and that he just really had no idea right now. It is very conceivable that Grant may not have a decision on Wednesday. He is under a lot of pressure from locals, but he is just trying to make sure he makes the right decision.


From our estimation, it is all but a done deal with Ochuko Jenije and Marcus Sims. It would be a complete shock, if they did not sign with Florida State on Wednesday.


2006 Clemson Unofficial Recruiting Board


Official visit dates in parentheses


Quarterback


Michael Wade

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)


Running Back


Marcus Sims

Schools: Clemson (1/13), Florida State (1/27), Southern Cal (12/9)

JoJo Cox

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Terry Grant

Schools: Clemson (1/13), Florida State, Memphis, Southern Miss, Alabama

CJ Spiller

Schools: Clemson (1/16), Miami (1/20), Florida (1/13), Florida State (1/27), Southern Cal (12/16)


Wide Receiver


Jeffrey Ogren

Schools: Clemson (January enrollment) (Committed)

Kendrick Johnson

Schools: Clemson (Committed)


Tight Ends


Michael Palmer

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Dennis Godfrey

Schools: Wake Forest January (1/6) (Committed), Clemson (1/13), South Carolina (1/16), Virginia (1/20), Virginia Tech (1/27)


Offensive Line


Jamal Medlin

Schools: Clemson (1/20) (Committed), Maryland (1/6), South Carolina, NC State (1/13)

Chris Hairston
Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)


Defensive Line


Ricky Sapp

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Jamie Cumbie

Schools: Clemson (9/18) (Committed)


Linebackers


Kevin Alexander

Schools: Louisville (12/16), Clemson (Committed)(1/13), Tennessee (1/20)

Jeremy Campbell

Schools: Clemson (Committed)

Julius Wilkerson

Schools: Clemson (1/20) (Committed)


Secondary


Byron Maxwell

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Crezdon Butler

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

DeAndre McDaniel

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Darius Gaither

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)

Ochuko Jenije

Schools: Clemson (1/13), Florida State (1/27)

Chris Russell

Schools: Clemson (January Enrollment) (Signed)


Kicker


Richard Jackson

Schools: Clemson (1/13) (Committed)


Athlete


Jacoby Ford

Schools: Clemson (January Enrollment) (Committed)

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