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One of the top defensive tackle prospects nationally in the 2024 class will announce his college decision Saturday afternoon at 5:30. Hevin-Brown Shuler of Atlanta, who once lived in Columbia, has had a short list of USC, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Penn State, Colorado, Southern Cal, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, North Carolina Oregon and Virginia. Brown-Shuler has never publicly named a favorite, but the sentiment among the recruiting media points toward Clemson. Brown-Shuler was at a Clemson junior day January 28th. He also visited the Tigers multiple times in 2022. He also went to Georgia and Michigan for January junior days. He has no other documented 2023 visits.
DE Darien Mayo of Olney, MD has scheduled an official visit to Clemson for June 2nd. He is also set with Ohio State, Southern Cal and Michigan the following three weekends.
DE Justin Greene of Lawrenceville, GA set an official visit to USC for June 9th. He has Georgia the week before. He also has Auburn set for June 16th and LSU June 23rd.
RB Braylen Russell has set July 14th for his commitment announcement. USC is on his short list along with Tennessee, Arkansas, Baylor and Texas A&M.
USC offered WR/CB Justin Denson (6-2 185) of Providence, RI.
USC offered Tulsa transfer OL Jaden Muskrat (6-3 307). He’s also drawn recent offers from Syracuse, Purdue, Virginia Tech and Arkansas among others.
2026 WR Devin Carter, who was offered last year by USC, committed to Florida State.
RB Jayden Scott of Stockbridge, GA, who had a USC offer and had them on his short list, committed to NC State.
DB Zaravion Johnson (6-2 170) of Clinton committed to Cincinnati. He made a recent visit there. He also had offers from Virginia Coastal Carolina, Liberty and Charlotte.
Cardinal Newman RB Cortez Lane was offered by The Citadel and Middle Tennessee State.
2025 RB Pedro Reyes of Cardinal Newman was offered by Duke.
Clemson DB Malcolm Greene has put his name in the Transfer Portal. Over three seasons, Greene registered 40 tackles (4.5 for loss), four pass breakups, 1.5 sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble.
Former Boiling Springs and North Carolina DB Storm Duck is leaving Penn State after one semester.
6-8 Wofford transfer BJ Mack will be taking his official visit to USC this weekend. He has also visited LSU, Alabama and Iowa, and he also has Arkansas on his short list.
Syracuse transfer guard Joe Girard is taking an official visit to Clemson this weekend. He’s coming off a visit to LSU.
USC target 6-10 Dayton transfer Mustapha Amzil committed to New Mexico.
Former Clemson forward Ben Middlebrooks is transferring to NC State.
Former Wofford forward 6-6 Messiah Jones is transferring to Towson.
Former Upstate guard Jordan Gainey is transferring to Tennessee. His father is an assistant coach with the Vols.
Coastal Carolina transfer guard Seth Dawson is headed to Central Washington.
The Clemson women announced the addition of two transfers, 5-7 Dayshanette Harris (Pitt) and 5-9 Mackenzie Kramer (Lehigh), to its 2023 class. Harris was a four-year starter at Pitt and scored her 1,000th point this past season. Kramer is a three-time Patriot League postseason award winner and scored her 1,000th point this past season. The includes NJCAA First Team All-American 5-3 Nya Valentine of Shelton State and 6-2 Danna Grenald of New Mexico JC.
6-1 DePaul transfer Aneesah Morrow has USC in her final 3 along with LSU and Southern Cal.
6-2 Kaylan Makan of The Citadel, and Wofford PG 6-3 Adam Silas, have entered the Transfer Portal per Verbal Commit.
Spring Valley guard CJ Rich committed to Presbyterian. He’s the son of former USC PG Carey Rich.