#STRecruiting Notebook 2-3 (UPDATED)

In what can only be described as a shocking turn of events, based on the projections by the recruiting website experts, Clemson missed on their number one quarterback target in the 2024 class when Walker White of Little Rock, AR announced for Auburn. White took a visit to Clemson last Saturday for their major junior day, and the reporting by Clemson media suggested strongly that White would commit to those Tigers. Clemson was also thought to have an advantage through new offensive coordinator Garrett Riley who had recruited White previously while at TCU. Projections by 247Sports and On3 concurred. 247 analysts gave Clemson a 75% chance for White and On3 had it at 88.2%. Over the last two seasons White passed for 4000 yards and 48 touchdowns with 20 interceptions. He also rushed for over 1300 yards and 21 touchdowns.

USC target Mississippi State transfer RB Dillon Johnson is sticking with his commitment to Washington.

Aiken WR Braylon Staley was offered by Northwestern.

Dutch Fork product WR Devin Hyatt signed with Arizona.

Clemson target 6-4 Austin Swartz was offered by Tennessee.

3 thoughts on “#STRecruiting Notebook 2-3 (UPDATED)”

  1. Korn is the only one thinking this is shocking and he is ecstatic over it. I can’t wait to hear his take on the 3 freshman South Carolina football players who got suspended.

    1. Not ecstatic over the 3 freshman and their behavior. I am hopeful the Carolina “zero tolerance policy” prevails. They knew the rules. I must say, however, that I am overjoyed to hear that Clemson lost their qb recruit to Allbarn. Guess he didn’t like the lake!

  2. So, what if Clemson lost their #1 choice at QB for the 2024 class. I’m sure they have other great options beside Walker to go after, not to mention that there’s no guarantee that they aren’t able to flip his commitment over the next several months. What this has to do with 3 freshman players at South Carolina who got in trouble, is beyond me….

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