RB Nick Chubb of Cedartown, GA committed to Georgia today over USC and Auburn. Chubb had narrowed his choice to those three several weeks ago and visited each last month before announcing his decision Tuesday on an Atlanta TV station. He’s regarded as the top running back prospect in Georgia for the 2014 class.
ATH Raymon Minor (6-2 220) of of Richmond, VA will visit Clemson this summer to take a look at the school. Minor has an offer from the Tigers but is not that familiar with the program. “I want to get down there so that I can see the campus and what they’re about,” said Minor. Clemson is recruiting him at OLB while other schools are looking at him to play wide receiver. Minor does not have a preference to his position. He does not have any favorites and wants to take several visits before he begins to narrow his list. “I want to try and get my list down by the end of the summer,” he said. “I want to visit as many schools as I can that are in driving distance and then I’ll take my official visits to schools that I have to fly to.” He has 23 offers in all that include Clemson, West Virginia, Iowa, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Ohio State, Colorado, Oregon State and Miami. Minor does not have any favorites nor does he have a time frame for making a decision. “I want to take visits before I decide who I like,” Minor added.
DL Abu Lamon of Fort Scott JC, KS tweeted today that he talked with USC coach Steve Spurrier. Lamon will visit USC June 14th and he’s going to Florida State June 21st. He was at Auburn over the weekend.
WR Ryeshene Bronson of Fort Myers, FL has Clemson, Tennessee and South Florida as his top three, in no order. He’s a former Florida commitment.
DB Deion Hallmon of Weston, FL is nearing 50 offers. Clemson is on the list and he’d like to get one from USC. He’s the cousin of former Gamecock cornerback Akeem Auguste. Hallmon has not narrowed his list but could get down to a top ten this week. Florida State and West Virginia will make the short list. Other schools standing out with him right now are Arkansas, Pittsburgh, Rutgers and Mississippi State. Hallmon said he’s been talking with Clemson and has gotten mail from USC. He planned to contact Gamecock secondary coach Grady Brown to check on his interest. Hallmon said he will got to Miami’s camp and expects an offer there. He’s hoping to commit early and had set June 30th as a date, but he’s not sure he can meet that deadline. Last season Hallmon had 7 interceptions and returned two blocked field goals for touchdowns.
OL Donnie Foster (6-3 320) of Bradenton, FL has plans to attend camps at Clemson and USC this summer. He does not have any offers but is hearing from several schools. “I just camped at Mississippi State today (Monday) and I’m going to Auburn tomorrow,” said Foster. “I’m going to Wake Forest Wednesday, NC State and Tennessee are coming up, and I was at Vanderbilt last weekend. I’ll go to the Georgia Tech in July.” Foster has heard from both the Gamecocks and Tigers but is not sure USC will offer. “I was at a junior day at South Carolina and I really like them but I don’t think they’re taking a center in this class and that’s where I’m being recruited to play. I think I’m going to camp there this summer.” he said. “I’ve talked to Clemson some and I have a lot of buddies committed to play there. I’ve always like their campus and how they’re turning things around. I’ll probably camp there later this month.” He feels that Mississippi State and Tennessee are showing the most interest but he does not have any favorites.