Offensive BacksSince arriving on the scene as a freshman at Abbeville, Kelly Bryant has been to Clemson several times. Now a junior at Wren, Bryant is one of the most coveted quarterbacks in the Southeast. Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, UNC, N.C. State and South Carolina have offered. More are certain to come his way after the May evaluation period.
Chad Morris offered Tucker Israel earlier this month. The Lake Nona [Orlando, Fla.] junior also holds offers from Florida, UCF, USF and Wake Forest. He'll begin his first trip up to Clemson on Friday when he leaves around noon.
Four-star sophomore Chazz Surratt is planning to make the ride down from Denver, N.C., where he's the quarterback for East Lincoln. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect has offers from Clemson, UNC and N.C. State. His last visit to Clemson was for the Florida State game.
Tony Elliott was the first coach to offer three-star junior running back Mikell Lands-Davis. To date, it's his only offer. One Elliott's first stops during this month's recruiting period was to check in on Lands-Davis at Alexander High School in Douglasville, Ga. Morris was there, too.
Ty'Son Williams hasn't picked up a Clemson offer, but Georgia, Duke and N.C. State have offered. The Crestwood junior is a four-star prospect, according to Scout.com and is ranked as the No. 21 running back in the class of 2015.
Southern Guillford [Greensboro, N.C.] four-star junior running back Reggie Gallaspy is scheduled to visit on Saturday. Clemson hasn't offered, but several schools from the ACC have, including the big four from North Carolina.
Pass CatchersClemson, Tennessee and Florida State make up the lead group for four-star tight end Garrett Williams. The First Academy [Orlando, Fla.] junior is also considering UNC, Auburn and Ole Miss. He last visited Tigertown for the Florida State game.
Greenwood junior wide receiver Markeyvious Adams has just one offer -- N.C. State, but he's drawing interest from across the ACC and SEC. The 6-foot-5, 175-pound prospect is a three-star, according to Scout.com.
Jake Fruhmorgen's dad played offensive line at Alabama.
LinemenFive-star offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt is expected to be on campus, and the North Gwinnett junior is widely considered a lean to Clemson. Everyone from across the country has offered, but Ohio State is receiving consideration. The No. 1 offensive tackle in the class of 2015 told CUTigers last month that Alabama and South Carolina are also under consideration.
Hyatt won't be the only national offensive tackle prospect in town. Jake Fruhmorgen of Plant [Tampa, Fla.] will make his first trip up to Clemson. He's ranked as the No. 10 offensive tackle and a four-star prospect by Scout.com.
Three-star Austin Clark is ranked as the No. 34 offensive tackle in the class of 2015. He holds offers from a number of schools, including Clemson, UNC, Ohio State, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Brent Venables informed him of the Tigers' offer earlier this month.
Noah Green picked up offers from East Carolina, UNC, South Carolina and Vanderbilt prior to committing to Clemson in September before the Wake Forest game. Scout.com lists the Boiling Springs junior as a three-star.
Four-star defensive end Darian Roseboro once told CUTigers that he's been to Clemson more times that he can remember. He'll be back on campus from Lincolnton High School in North Carolina. Schools from across the country are after the No. 22 ranked defensive end in the class of 2015, including Auburn, Florida, Michigan, UNC, N.C. State, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA and Virginia Tech.
Nyles Pinckney will be one of the top instate prospects in 2016, and he's already got an offer from Clemson. And he's already listed as a four-star prospect by Scout.com. UNC has also offered the 6-foot-2, 275-pound sophomore from Whale Branch High School in Seabrook.
At 6-5, 270, Sterling Johnson has emerged as one of the top defensive tackle prospects in the class of 2015. Clemson, Florida, Florida State, N.C. State, Ohio State, South Carolina and Virginia Tech are among the schools that have offered the Cleveland High School [Clayton, N.C.] junior.
LBs and DBsAmong the other offers Venables passed out this month was to three-star outside linebacker Chad Smith of Dominion High School in Sterling, Va. Maryland, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech have also offered. Saturday will be his first visit to Clemson.
Greenwood three-star cornerback Kaleb Chalmers has been to Clemson several times since picking up an offer from Mike Reed at last year's spring game. Duke, Georgia Tech, UNC, South Carolina, Stanford and Tennessee have also offered.
Another top cornerback prospect due in is Marcus Lewis. The former Virginia Tech commitment will be in town from Washington D.C.'s Gonzaga College High School. He last visited Clemson in August after playing a game in Charlotte. Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Michigan State, UNC and Ohio State are among the offers for the 6-foot-2, 180-pound three-star.
Mark Fields was offered by Clemson after a strong camp showing during the summer. He returned in the fall for the Georgia and Florida State games. Scout.com lists the Hough [Cornelius] junior as a four-star and the No. 17 cornerback in the class of 2015. LSU, South Carolina, N.C. State, Tennessee, Florida State, Florida, Clemson, Georgia, Ole Miss and UCLA make up his top 10. Clemson, Georgia, N.C. State, South Carolina and Tennessee have offered.
After picking up offers from Michigan, Louisville, Ole Miss, UNC, N.C. State, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Virginia and Duke, Tanner Muse committed to Clemson in December. Scout.com ranks Muse as the No. 25 outside linebacker in 2015. At Clemson, he'll play safety, like he does for South Point [Belmont, N.C.].
The son of a former Clemson player, Stephen Griffin will make the short trek down from South Meck [Charlotte] for another visit to Tigertown. The 6-foot-3, 185-pound safety has offers from Clemson, Duke, Georgia Tech, UNC, N.C. state, Tennessee and Wake Forest.