QB Brendan Nosovitch (6-2 195) of Allentown, PA made a visit to USC Thursday along with his parents and left Columbia with an offer from the Gamecocks. Nosovitch said he was at USC from around 10:00 AM until around 5:00 PM. “It went really well, I got to see everything,” Nosovitch said. “I was with coach (GA) Mangus all day. And I talked with coach Spurrier on the phone. It’s real exciting to get the offer. I’m very interested in them.” Nosovitch also has offers from Virginia and Marshall. He will visit Duke and North Carolina on Friday. Nosovitch said he doesn’t have a favorite at this point. He said he might return to USC for a visit or a camp this summer. He would like to make his decision before his season.
WR D’Vario Montgomery (6-2 205) of Winter Park, FL holds several offers that include USC, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Nebraska, LSU, Notre Dame, Texas A&M, Louisville, Central Florida, South Florida, Tennessee, and West Virginia. He is taking ithe recruiting process slowly and has been on only a few visits. “I went to South Florida’s spring game and to a spring practice at Central Florida,” Montgomery said. “That’s about it. They went alright.” He will wait until this summer to take more visits. “I may visit some schools out-of-state but right now I am not sure which ones,” he said. “I would definitely consider visiting South Carolina.” Montgomery is not very familiar with the Gamecocks. “I know they are a growing program and to be a part of something like that would be pretty cool,” Montgomery said. As a junior, he caught 46 passes for over 1100 yards and 13 touchdowns. He does not have a favorite.
ATH Trevon Stewart (5-9 185) of Patterson, LA is a speedster who can play cornerback, slot receiver or running back. He made over 100 tackles last season with 4 interceptions, 3 fumble recoveries and 2 forced fumbles. Though he grew up in Louisiana, Stewart said he’s been a lifelong Clemson fan. The Tigers are showing interest. He talked Tuesday with recruiter Marion Hobby and plans to visit Clemson this summer. “We’ve been talking for a few weeks,” Stewart said. “I’m ready to go up there and see the campus and see what they have to offer. He (Hobby) wants to make sure I come down there and like it first before they offer. Clemson is like my top right now. I’ve always been a Clemson fan.” Stewart holds offers from Southern Miss, Houston, Memphis and Louisiana-Lafayette. He’s also getting interest from Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Colorado, Nebraska, Utah and Florida State. He visited Arkansas last weekend and plans to visit Nebraska. And a recruiter from Texas A&M was by his school this week. Stewart said a Clemson offer could lead to a commitment but not likely right away. He said he wants to take his time with the process and check everything out.
QB Trenton Norvell (6-4 215) of Daytona Beach, FL has offers from Marshall and Temple and plenty of interest from big time schools including Clemson and USC. Norvell said Clemson recruiter Jeff Scott plans to scout him this summer. And he said he’s in regular contact with USC recruiter Steve Spurrier Jr. Norvell’s sister is a USC graduate so he’s visited there a few times already and plans to visit again for a camp. He has also visited Clemson, Notre Dame, Georgia, West Virginia, Marshall, Florida and Central Florida. He’s also getting interest from Duke, Vanderbilt and Purdue. Norvell will graduate early so he plans to make a decision after the spring. He expects to pick up several more offers after coaches see him throw this spring. He does not have a favorite.
WR Chris Brown (6-2 175) of Hanahan was offered Wednesday by Arkansas. That’s his second SEC offer. The first was from Kentucky. Brown also has offers from Cincinnati, Illinois, Kentucky, East Carolina and Wake Forest. He’s also drawing interest from Clemson, USC, NC State, Florida, Duke and North Carolina. He attended spring games at Clemson and Georgia. Last season Brown caught 50 passes for 1098 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Coastal Carolina has signed 6-3 Warren Gillis of Philadelphia. He averaged 25 points, rebounds and 3 assists per game last season. He also had offers from Southern Miss, Xavier and Tulane.
The Clemson women signed 6-3 Deja Hawkins of Upper Marlboro, MD. She’s the 5th signee for the Lady Tigers’ class.
6-8 Jared Guest of Richland Northeast and Charis Prep in North Carolina will make an official visit to Georgia this coming weekend. He’s visited VCU and will visit Maryland the end of April. VCU has offered and Guest is expecting offers from Georgia and Maryland on his visits. He’s hearing nothing from Clemson or USC. VCU coach Shaka Smart met with Guest Wednesday. Virginia also is showing interest. VCU stands has his favorite right now but Guest does want to see what Georgia and Maryland have to offer.