Clemson Sunday night offered 2022 WR Jaleel Skinner (6-5 200) of Greer. Skinner, who could up at tight end in college, went into his junior season with 30 career catches for 511 yards and 6 touchdowns according to Max Preps stats. He is rated a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite and ranked the #3 tight end nationally in his class. USC was the first to offer Skinner. Some of his other offers are Duke, Arkansas, Auburn, Penn State, Tennessee, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, LSU, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Miami, Appalachian State, Florida and Georgia Tech. He’s also hearing from Ohio State.
USC missed on TE target Michael Trigg of Tampa Sunday when he announced a commitment to Southern Cal. He also had LSU in his final three. The Gamecocks put a lot of effort into recruiting Trigg, and after he visited in January, the Gamecocks were in a good place with him. But he and his family made visited Southern Cal last weekend joining some other Trojan targets for an unsanctioned unofficial visit. Trigg and his family felt comfortable with what they saw in LA and around the Southern Cal campus, and that pushed the Trojans to the top. Trigg also will play basketball for Southern Cal. With Trigg off the board, the Gamecocks no doubt will focus even more of their attention on TE Bryson Nesbit of Charlotte.
TE Bryson Nesbit OF Charlotte named a top 5 of USC, UCLA, North Carolina, Ole Miss and Virginia Tech.
Hartsville native and former Tennessee commitment RB Tiyon Evans of Hutchinson JC, KS was offered by Missouri.
Clemson is in top 8 with 2022 CB Jaheim Singletary of Jacksonville. The others are Florida, Miami, LSU, Georgia, Auburn, Tennessee and Oklahoma. He will announce January 1st.
2022 OL Collin Sadler of Greenville was offered by Florida.
6-5 Bryce McGowens of Legacy Charter in Greenville was offered by Oregon according to Stockrisers. He decommitted from Florida State last week.
USC picked up a baseball commitment from 2025 OF/LHP Cannon Golden (5-11 164) of Buford, GA. He’s the Gamecocks’ second commitment for the 2025 class.