It’s rare that an athlete will transfer from Clemson to USC or vice-versa, but it has happened in the past. And it happened again Monday when Clemson outfielder Dylan Brewer announced on Twitter that he will play next season for the Gamecocks. Brewer is a native of Latta who played three seasons for the Tigers under Monte Lee. He entered the Transfer Portal last week not long after Clemson parted ways with Lee. Brewer was a starter most of his career at Clemson thought he was in and out of the lineup in the latter part of this season. Brewer was a 32nd round draft pick by San Francisco in the summer of 2019 but opted for Clemson. He went on to play 111 games for the Tigers over the last three seasons, mostly in right field but occasionally in center and first base. . The lefthanded hitter leaves Clemson with a career .212 batting average with 15 home runs and 61 runs batted in.
USC is in the top six with LB Semaj Bridgeman of Philadelphia. The others are Oregon, Alabama, Georgia, Rutgers and Michigan.
USC target RB Treyaun Webb has canceled an official visit to Tennessee. He was at Florida last weekend and is scheduled for Penn State this weekend and USC on the 24th.
USC target SAF Vicari Swain of Carrollton, GA was offered by Maryland. He was scheduled for an official visit to Vanderbilt over the weekend and has USC down for June 24th. He’s also looking at Mississippi State and Georgia Tech.
Clemson target OT Zechariah Owens has set July 4th for his commitment announcement. He took his official visit to Clemson last weekend.
2024 LB Jaqualin Birdsong (6-1 180) of LaGrange, GA plans to visit Clemson Saturday.
Clemson offered 2024 DT Omar White (6-3 307) of Leesburg, GA. He was in for a visit Monday.
USC offered 2024 TE Walter Matthews (6-7 250) of Hiram, GA.
USC offered 2025 ATH Tarvos Alford II (6-2 204) of Port St. Lucie, FL.