#STRecruiting Notebook 10-24

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Clemson Saturday handed out several more offers to prospects who were in for the Syracuse game, including a running back in the 2023 class. Tigers running back coach CJ Spiller made the move with Jamarius Haynes (6-0 180) of Roanoke, AL giving him his first offer. This season Haynes has rushed for 1273 yards and 18 touchdowns.

The Tigers also offered 2024 OL Blake Frazier (6-5 250) of Austin, TX, 2024 DT Malik Blocton (6-3 268) of Pike Road, AL and 2024 RB David Eziomume (6-1 200) of Kennesaw, GA Frazier is the teammate of 2023 Clemson offensive tackle recruit Ian Reed.

USC also delivered new offers over the weekend:

2024 LB Jamonta Waller (6-2 215) of Picayune, MS
2024 RB Dilin Jones (5-11 180) of Olney, MD
2024 DE Darien Mayo (6-6 240) of Olney, MD
2025 WR Edward Coleman (5-11 180) of Savannah
2025 DT Charles House (6-5 284) of Charlotte
2025 TE/DE Emaree Winston of Calhoun, GA
2027 WR/DB Iveon Lewis of Richmond

Spartanburg QB Raheim Jeter committed to East Carolina.

2023 OL Gabriel Fortson (6-4 300) of Kennesaw, GA, who drew interest from Clemson and visited for two games last season and one this season, committed to Georgia Tech.

USC target CB Chris Peal of Charlotte committed to Georgia Sunday.

USC and Clemson are in top eight with 2024 Greenville OT Blake Franks. The others are Florida, Ole Miss, UNC, Miami, Alabama and Florida State.

USC is in the final eight with 2024 WR Brandon Winton Jr. of IMG Academy. The others are Miami, Louisville, Boston College, Penn State, Kansas, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

ATH Suderian Harrison of Woodland was offered by Vanderbilt and Oklahoma.

2024 RB Turbo Richard of Northwestern was offered by Charlotte.

2026 QB Josiah Oxendine of Dillon was offered by Marshall.

      Clemson and USC had big home games Saturday, and both attracted some key recruits for unofficial visits.

      Clemson
      • 2023 DT Kayden McDonald
      • 2023 RB Jordan Louie
      • 2023 SAF Khalil Barnes
      • 2023 CB Misun Kelley
      • 2023 DE Tomarrion Parker
      • 2023 ATH/WR Sawyer Deerman
      • 2023 WR Tyler Brown
      • 2023 WR Marek Briley
      • 2024 QB DJ Lagway
      • 2024 DT Malik Blocton
      • 2024 OT Daniel Calhoun
      • 2024 OT Aidan Banfield
      • 2025 TE Brock Feinberg
      • 2026 QB Josiah Oxendine
      • 2026 QB Julian Lewis

      USC
      • 2023 RB Khalifa Keith
      • 2023 TE Luke Chilton
      • 2023 OT James Moseley
      • 2024 DT Hevin Brown-Shuler
      • 2024 WR/DB Brandon Crutchfield
      • 2024 DE/TE KingJoseph Edwards
      • 2024 QB Brenton Toles III
      • 2024 QB Jayden Bradford
      • 2024 RB Anthony Carrie
      • 2024 WR Jonathan Paylor
      • 2024 SAF KJ Bolden
      • 2025 TE/WR Emaree Winston
      • 2025 PK Tyler Wallace
      • 2025 DT Jourdin Crawford
      • 2025 ATH Na’eem Offord
      • 2027 WR Waseem Murray
      • 2027 DB Jayden Gibson

      2024 6-4 Cam Scott of Lexington made the first of his official visits over the weekend to USC. He also plans to take official visits to Auburn, Texas and Florida State. He visited Tennessee unofficially the previous weekend and he plans to take an unofficial visit to Duke. Auburn coach Bruce Pearl and Duke coach Jon Scheyer were in to see Scott last week.

      Clemson target 6-3 Mike Williams of Baltimore took his final official visit over the weekend to LSU. He also took officials to Clemson, Syracuse, DePaul and Wake Forest. A commitment date hasn’t been set but an announcement is expected at any time with Clemson and LSU believed to be the frontrunners.

      2023 6-6 Aalyah Del Rosario of Nashville plans to make her commitment announcement Tuesday. She’s choosing from USC, Tennessee, LSU and North Carolina.

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