ATH Nyckoles Harbor (6-5 225) of Washington, DC told the Michigan 247Sports site that he’s pretty much set on three of his official visits this fall. He is down for USC September 17th and Michigan the following weekend. He’s tentatively set to visit LSU October 7th. He also plans to take an official visit to Maryland in December. Harbor also has Southern Cal, Miami and Georgia on his short list. Harbor plays defensive end and tight end and could play either position in college, if not both. He’s also one of the nation’s elite sprinters, and the track program at each school will weigh heavily on his decision. Nyckoles told Sam Webb he’s looking at late December on a decision, or possibly his mother’s birthday on January 30th.
Players who have tweeted plans to visit USC Saturday include:
2024 LS Charlie Ingram of Vestavia Hills, AL
2024 CB Tyler Jackson of Jacksonville
2024 OL Mason Wade of Purcellville, VA
2025 ATH Kobe McGill of Waxhaw, NC
2026 QB Josiah Oxendine of Dillon
2024 OT Blake Franks of Greenville plans to be at USC Saturday. He was offered by Florida State earlier in the week, and he was at North Carolina for their game last week.
2024 OT Kam Pringle of Woodland plans to be in Atlanta Saturday for the Georgia-Oregon game.
2024 CB Braydon Lee (6-1 165) of Springdale, MD plans to visit USC for the Georgia game.
Clemson and USC target 2024 OT Fletcher Westphal of Leesburg, VA plans to be in Atlanta Saturday for the Georgia-Oregon game.
CB Misun Kelley of Daniel has made his college decision and plans to announce next week. Virginia Tech is his one P5 offer. He also has Troy, Marshall, Tulane, Charlotte, Navy and ETSU. Clemson also showed some interest.
Per his dad, Byrnes LB Miguel Dingle suffered a separated shoulder in game one and tried to play through it, but they’ve made the decision to sit out the rest of the season so he can rehab and get ready for track season. He is committed to Texas Tech.
Clemson target 6-6 Dailyn Swain of Columbus, OH committed to Xavier.
USC offered 2027 5-11 Kie’ Aundreia Acree of Albany, GA and 2027 6-0 Aila Courtenay of Woodstock, GA.
USC offered 2027 6-0 Aila Courtenay of Woodstock, GA.