USC RB commitment Marshawn Lloyd, interviewed at The Opening Finals by Kipp Adams of Georgia’s 247Sports site, said Georgia remains on him hard, and he said Georgia RB coach Dell McGee told him he’s not concerned with his Gamecock commitment because McGee does not believe he will stick to it. Lloyd told Adams he remains committed to South Carolina right now “and I will see where it goes from there.” Lloyd said McGee has given him a lot to think about regarding Georgia and its RBU reputation. He said he hopes to take an official visit to Georgia.
Clemson is in the top eight with center Ryan Linthicum of Damascus, MD along with Michigan, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Ohio State, Virginia, North Carolina and LSU.
Punter Kai Kroeger, who landed a USC offer in June,, plans a return visit to USC in late July. He has talked with USC recruiter Coleman Hutzler a couple of times. He plans to make his decision before his season. He has no other visits planned right now.
DE Donell Harris of Miami named a top five of Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Texas A&M. He is in the 2021 class but is trying to reclassify for the 2020 class.
2021 OL Amarius Mims of Cochran, GA lists USC and Clemson among his top 8. The others are LSU, Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Florida State.
6-6 Dillon Jones of Keenan announced Monday night he will play his senior season for Sunrise Academy in Wichita, KS.
Clemson offered 6-2 160 Jaden Bradley, a 2022 PG from Concord, NC
6-8 forward Ja’Von Benson of Ridge View was offered by UNC Wilmington.
6-6 Raekwon Horton of Keenan has, in recent days, received offers from Coastal Carolina, Charlotte, Western Carolina and Norfolk State.
Rock Hill native 6-9 DJ Burns has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com. Burns redshirted last season. He was one of the state’s top players, originally in the 2019 class, but he reclassified for 2018 and signed with the Vols overs USC and others.