DL Antonio McGhee (6-0 275) of Bossier City, LA has an offer from USC, Ole Miss, Louisiana Tech, Oregon State and Tulane. LSU, Texas A&M, Houston, New Mexico and Louisiana-Lafayette are some of the other schools showing interest. McGhee visited LSU this weekend for their spring game and expects an offer soon. As for USC, he plans a visit over the summer. “I really like South Carolina a lot and am really considering them,” said McGhee. “I like the style of play on their defensive line. It really fits what I do best.” McGhee has visited Oklahoma and Oklahoma State as well. As for future visits he said, “I will visit a lot of schools but I’m not sure which ones yet. It doesn’t really matter to me because if a school is showing me interest, I’m interested in them. I just want to play football.” As for summer camps, Mississippi State, Alabama and Auburn are places he is considering. No favorites for McGhee.
RB Keyante Green (5-9 195) of McDonough, GA has offers from USC, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Purdue, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida State, TCU, UCLA, California, Michigan and Ohio State among others. He named USC, Vanderbilt, Purdue and FSU as his favorites. “If I were to name a top three, I would say Vanderbilt, Purdue and South Carolina,” Green added. “I really liked my visit to South Carolina. They’ve got a really nice weight room with an indoor track right there. I really like the coaches too. Coach (Steve) Spurrier is really cool.” Green also is familiar with USC’s new running back coach. “I knew coach (Everett) Sands from when I was a freshman and he was at The Citadel,” said Green. “I worked with him down there and I really like him. I would love to play for him.” Green may attend the Gamecocks spring game and is planning to visit Vandy this summer. As a junior, he totaled over 1000 yards on the ground with 28 touchdowns. He did not name a favorite.
QB Corey Todd of Naples, FL took in USC’s practice Tuesday and would like to get an offer from the Gamecocks. “I really like it,” Todd said. “It’s the top school on my list. My dad went there and I have family living all around there. Coach Mangus said he’s offered two quarterbacks right now and he’s got like 12 of them. He plans to offer one more guy and then see where that goes.” Todd said Mangus showed him around the campus before he watched practice, and Mangus plans to scout him in May. Todd also plans to camp at USC this summer. He is going to Notre Dame for an upcoming junior day. He feels Wofford and Colgate are the closest to offering him.
TE Josh McNeil of Durham, NC plans to visit Clemson next week during his spring break. By then, he might have his list down to ten. McNeil said he’s considering reducing his list to that number on Friday. Clemson, he said, will be on the list. USC also has offered but he said he’s not sure about the Gamecocks at this point. McNeil named Ohio State, Georgia, Miami, Florida, Ole Miss, Tennessee, South Florida and Vanderbilt as others strong with him right now. He does not have a favorite. McNeil said he will go to Ohio State April 21st and has no other visits planned.
DB Chucky Williams of Hialeah, FL is a little more open on things than he was last month. Williams visited USC and Clemson last month and stated a strong preference for the Gamecocks. But that’s not the case right now. “I don’t have much of a favorite,” he said. “I’m looking at all the schools, seeing which one I like the best.” Williams said he’s been in touch with Gamecock recruiter Grady Brown but hasn’t heard from Clemson since his visit there. “Coach Brown is letting me know how everyone is loving me up there at South Carolina,” he said. He has not visited anywhere since those two visits and has no visits planned. He plans to camp at USC and Clemson this summer and wants to make his decision this summer. He also has visited Miami and Florida International.
OL Joshua Outlaw of Atlanta visited Clemson Wednesday to watch the Tigers’ practice.