Clemson made the top ten with WR Tyler Williams of Lakeland, FL. The others on his list are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Syracuse, Southern Cal and South Florida. He visited Clemson for a junior day in January, and he visited Florida and Georgia in the spring. Williams has official visits scheduled for Clemson June 3rd and Georgia June 10th. Last season Williams caught 21 passes for 616 yards and 11 touchdowns. Williams also is a college basketball prospect but is focusing on football for his college future. He doesn’t plan to make a decision until his season. Williams also ws offered by Texas A&M on Monday.
WR Noah Rogers of Rolesville, NC said in a 247Sports article Clemson, North Carolina, NC State, Ohio State and Florida State stand out the most with him at this point and he could commit this month. He also plans on naming a short list of favorites soon. Rogers camped at Clemson last summer, then went on to catch 70 passes for 1432 yards and 22 touchdowns. Nationally he is being projected for Ohio State.
Clemson CB target Braden Marshall will name his top ten on Tuesday at 6:00 PM.
Clemson target LB Dee Crayton plans to cut his list from eight to five on Saturday.
USC is in the top five for CB Sharif Denson (5-11 170) of Jacksonville along with Florida, Florida State, Ohio State and Texas A&M. He last visited USC for the spring game last month. He also visited for a junior day in January. He’s also visited the other four on his short list. Last season Denson had 34 tackles and one interception.
USC target OT Trovon Baugh of Atlanta told Hale McGranahan of TheBigSpur he has moved his commitment announcement date up from July 8th to May 28th. He has official visits set with UNC June 17th and USC June 24th.
USC target LB Grayson Howard plans to name his top five this weekend.
USC offered DT Elijah Williams (6-4 290) of Alabaster, AL. He also has an offer from Eastern Kentucky.
USC target LB Jaden Robinson was offered by Michigan.
Coastal Carolina transfer guard Rudi Williams has committed to BYU.