Clemson is in the top six with RB Jeremiah Cobb. The others are Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee, LSU and Texas. Some of the other offers from Cobb included USC, Coastal Carolina, Maryland, Florida, Texas A&M, Penn State, Arkansas, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Florida State and North Carolina. Cobb visited Clemson, Georgia, Texas, Auburn, North Carolina, Florida State and Tennessee earlier in the year. Last season he rushed for 2163 yards and 30 touchdowns and caught 24 passes for 561 yards and 8 touchdowns. For his career, Cobb has rushed for 4551 yards and 52 touchdowns, and he’s caught 35 passes for 765 yards and 10 touchdowns. Clemson signed two of Cobb’s teammates for the 2022 class.
USC offensive line coach Greg Adkins Monday offered OT Ian Reed (6-5 310) of Austin, TX. Reed, who has been a primary Clemson target for months, has already scheduled official visits to Tennessee, Clemson, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State and Texas, and an unofficial visit to Alabama. He has considered those as his top six.
DT Joel Starlings of Richmond, VA committed to North Carolina following an official visit there over the weekend. He had set an official visit to USC for October. He also had officials to West Virginia and Oklahoma scheduled for June.
DE Chandavian Bradley (6-5 210) of Platte City, MO plans to visit Clemson June 7th and USC June 8th. He plans to visit Tennessee this week. He has named a top ten of Clemson, Washington, Tennessee, Southern Cal, Oregon, Miami, Florida State, LSU, Auburn and Texas A&M.
Clemson made the top four for official visits in June with OC Connor Lew of Acworth, GA, along with Auburn, Georgia and Miami.
TE Markus Dixon (6-5 230) of Warminster, PA set an official visit to Clemson for June 3rd. The Tigers were not part of his top ten list of Texas A&M, Oregon, Pitt, Rutgers, Georgia, Cincinnati, Florida State, Ole Miss, West Virginia and Viginia Tech. He visited Oregon for their spring game last month.
Clemson target DE Hunter Osborne plans to visit Tennessee this weekend. He is scheduled for an official visit to Clemson June 3rd.
USC offered 2024 RB Yasin Willis (6-0 202) of Montvale, NJ.