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OL Bryce Kennedy of Southern Pines, NC is keeping USC high up on his list though he’s not heard from the Gamecocks in some time. He has been called this month by East Carolina, Maryland, Duke, NC State and North Carolina. Kennedy said he is planning to get to games at USC, North Carolina, NC State and Duke, and those are the ones he is planning to set official visits with. He does not claim a favorite.
WR Stefon Diggs of Olney, MD told Scout.com he has a top eight which he will release October 1st. He said he is looking at Auburn, Miami, Florida and maybe Clemson for official visits. USC also has been recruiting him. He attended Maryland’s opening game against Miami and said the Terps had moved up on his list.
DB Jordan Diggs of Cape Coral, FL made an unofficial visit to Nebraska this past weekend and will return for an official visit October 8th. That’s the only official visit he has set. Diggs told Scout.com he will take all five of his official visits before he makes his decision. USC is expected to get one of those visits. Diggs is being forced to sit out this season after being ruled ineligible following a transfer.
DB Elijah Shumate of Ramsey, NJ told Scout.com he wants to visit USC officially the second weekend of October. He also wants to visit Notre Dame. Shumate said he had a top six of USC, Notre Dame, Rutgers, Michigan, Georgia Tech and Oklahoma.
RB Wes Brown of Olney, MD told the Washington Post he’s narrowed his list to 10 but did not reveal the list. He attended the Maryland-Miami game and plans to return to College Park for the West Virginia game. Maryland coach Randy Edsall attended Brown’s game last Friday. USC also is recruiting Brown.
RB Keith Marshall of Charlotte made an official visit to Georgia last weekend for the USC game. Marshall told Rivals.com he had a great visit and Georgia is at the top of his list along with a couple of others he did not identify. He is also going to take official visits to Notre Dame, Florida and Virginia Tech. Marshall has said he will take an unofficial visit to USC during the season.
Junior DB Darius Curry (6-1 185) of Flowery Branch, GA has offers from NC State, Tennessee and Oklahoma State and is hearing from Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Purdue and LSU among others. This summer, Curry attended a camp at Clemson. “I really liked it there,” Curry said. “Coach (Charlie) Harbison is a great defensive back coach.” Curry acknowledged interest in the Tigers but named Oklahoma State, Florida, Auburn and LSU as his top four. “Florida, Auburn and LSU haven’t offered yet but I’m planning on getting to some games of theirs this year,” he said. “Alabama wants me to come to a game but my dad just had surgery. When he gets off crutches, we’re going to go.” Curry attended the Auburn-Georgia game last season. He does not have a leader.
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6-10 Richard Peters of Phoenix will be visited Wednesday by Clemson assistant coach Rick Ray. “He’s coming just to check me out and see how my progress is,” said Peters who has developed a close relationship with the Tiger assistant. “We talk just about every night.” Peters said Tiger head coach Brad Brownell also is coming in for a visit. Peters was not sure if that visit would take place this week or next. He met with Washington State last Friday and will also see Auburn on Tuesday. Washington will be in on Thursday and he’s also expecting a visit from Marquette. Peters has not set his official visits but said he will set one with Clemson. He is not claiming a favorite.