6-4 Chad Frazier of Gulf Coast State JC, FL has narrowed his list to Texas A&M and USC according to JucoJunction.com. He dropped UCLA from his list. Frazier will take his official visit to Texas A&M this weekend when USC is playing the Aggies. He will visit the Gamecocks in March. He’s a native of Charlotte. Frazier averaged over 16 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds per game this season.
WR Jacob McCrary of Miami announced on Twitter Tuesday night a commitment to Clemson. “It’s official I’m a tiger #tigernation #Clemson bound” McCrary tweeted including a picture of himself in a Clemson uniform and helmet inside the Clemson lockerroom. However, as of Tuesday night, Clemson had not accepted his commitment. McCrary has not tweeted anything further about the commitment. Clemson was the first school to offer McCrary who has had Clemson at the top of his list. He attended the Tigers’ junior day earlier this month. He’s also had Florida State, Arkansas and West Virginia in his top four.
DB Wesley Green (5-11 170) of Lithonia, GA has offers from Clemson, USC, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, North Carolina, NC State, Syracuse, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Mississippi State, and Missouri among others. He is showing a lot of interest in the Gamecocks. “I’ve been talking a lot to the coaches and they do a good job with the defensive backs,” said Green. “It’s pretty much DB University and they compete in the SEC. I’m supposed to be visiting in March.” Green has already visited UNC, NC State, Auburn and Wake Forest this off-season. “North Carolina and Auburn stood out to me,” he said. “UNC put out good vibes and I like the coaches and facilities. Auburn’s coaches seem like they really want me and it’s a good environment.” Green does not have any favorites and says he plans to narrow his list sometime prior to his senior season. As a junior, Green returned two interceptions for touchdowns.
RB Kobe McCrary of Chipley, FL plans to visit Clemson this Saturday. McCrary recently visited Florida and Louisville. He’s also drawn interest from USC, Florida, Florida State, Pittsburgh, Kentucky and Mississippi State. McCrary rushed for 1600 yards and 23 touchdowns last season.
DB Qua Searcy of Griffin, GA has offers from USC, Georgia Tech, South Alabama, Louisville and Marshall among others with interest from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Missouri and UCLA. Searcy says he has some interest in USC but has not had too much communication with the coaches. “We aren’t really talking too much but they are sending me letters showing me pictures of the campus and talking about the school,” he said. “I would like to visit.” Thus far, his only junior day visit was to Georgia Tech. “It went pretty good,” said Searcy. “I think it would be a great atmosphere to play in and it’s a great school.” His next junior day visit will either be Alabama or Mississippi State. Searcy does not have any favorites or a time frame for a decision. He totaled 78 tackles, four interceptions and three forced fumbles as a junior. Searcy tacked on three offensive touchdowns.
DL Dexter Wideman and OL Kwamelle Barnes of Saluda continue receiving strong recruiting attention. Wideman landed his fifth offer Tuesday from Ole Miss. He also has offers from Clemson, USC, Florida and Michigan. Barnes has not yet been offered but several schools like him. He was at Florida’s recent junior day where he talked with defensive line coach Brad Lawing and head coach Will Muschamp. “Everything about it amazed me,” Barnes said. “They are interested in me and want to see me more as an offensive lineman.” Barnes has also been to USC and will try to get back for a camp. USC also likes him as an offensive lineman. He has also been to North Carolina and will try to visit Duke. Barnes said LSU is the only school he knows about that’s recruiting him as a defensive lineman.
QB Jacob Park of Stratford has a dozen offers and has not formally cut down his list, but Knight’s coach Ray Stackley says four schools have emerged from the group to sit at the top of Park’s list at this point. “He’s almost down to five,” Stackley said. “By the end of the school year he’ll be down to five and he’ll commit by the end of June or the first of July.” Stackley said the four standing out the most right now are Alabama, Georgia, Virginia Tech and North Carolina. All have offered along with Auburn, Tennessee, NC State, Ole Miss and Duke. Stackley said Auburn and Tennessee are no longer in the picture. And right now USC and Clemson are not a factor. “Both of them love him but neither has offered,” Stackley said. Park was at Alabama last weekend and has also been to North Carolina and Virginia Tech. His coach said he’ll go to a couple of spring practices at schools he hasn’t visited. Last season Park passed for 2700 yards and 25 touchdowns.
LB Bryson Allen-Williams of Ellenwood, GA named his ‘new top ten’ in order on Twitter Tuesday night. Per his Twitter account, @Watchout4_11, Allen-Williams stated, “New top 10: #SC, #UGA, #BAMA, #UF, #Vols , #Michigan, #Auburn, #Razorbacks, #Wisconsin , #NCState… In order.” The Georgia linebacker has been a Gamecock lean for some time. His other offers include Clemson, Florida, Southern Cal, Washington, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, North Carolina, NC State, Duke and Missouri. Allen-Williams plans to announce his decision in August.
QB Mason Rudolph of Northwestern today was offered by Ole Miss. He also has offers from LSU, Virginia Tech and Oklahoma State.