DB Chris Lammons and DB Quincy Wilson, both from Fort Lauderdale, FL visited USC Thursday. The two visited Tennessee Wednesday and will go to Florida Friday. Lammons has had USC, Alabama, Florida, Ole Miss and Tennessee as his favorites. Wilson has not yet issued a list of favorites.
WR Braxton Berrios of Raleigh will visit Ohio State Friday. He recently visited Kentucky. USC and Clemson are two other schools he’s been considering.
DL Abu Lamin of Fort Scott JC, KS is on an official visit to Nebraska today. This is a change in plans for him because he said earlier in the week he was going to Auburn. He has also been to USC, Florida and Arkansas. Right now he also plans to take an official visit to Tennessee.
Spring Valley LB Christian Miller posted on his Facebook page Thursday that he has committed to Alabama. Miller once was committed to Florida but backed off that in May. Miller visited Alabama earlier this month. He’s the son of former USC and NFL linebacker Corey Miller. Last season he had 121 tackles and 14 sacks.
Rising junior OL Shaq Crouch (6-5 333) of Johnsonville does not have an offer but is hearing from USC and Clemson among others, according to his coach Lewis Lineburger. Georgia, LSU, Florida and Florida State are among other schools showing interest. “He likes Clemson and Carolina,” said his coach. “I think he likes Carolina a little more than Clemson at this point.” Crouch plays on both lines for Johnsonville but Lineburger feels most schools are looking at him to play on the offensive side of the ball. “He plays defensive line for me but this year he’ll play both ways,” said Lineberger. “Some are looking at him on defense, but most are looking at him as an offensive lineman.” Crouch did not attend camps this summer, though he was invited, because he keeps busy with basketball and track according to Lineburger. “He is a good player,” he said. “He has real good feet. He will have a chance to play at the high level.” Lineburger anticipates Crouch attending several camps next summer. “We’re going to try and get him to some games this year,” he added. Lineburger does not believe Crouch has any favorites.
Class of 2015 RB Reggie Gallaspy (5-11 218) of Greensboro, NC is confident that Clemson could be one of his next offers. He already has offers from North Carolina, Duke, NC State, Wake Forest, East Carolina and Virginia with interest from Clemson, Southern Cal, Michigan, Michigan State, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Texas and Iowa State among others. “I think Clemson, Ohio State and Tennessee might be the next schools to offer,” said Gallaspy who attended a one-day camp at Clemson. “I got to know some of (Clemson’s) coaches down there while working through the drills with them. It’s a school that I’m interested in.” He also attended camps at Michigan, Alabama and Florida among others. Gallaspy does not have any favorites and plans to attend several games this fall. “I don’t know where I’m going but I’d like to see a couple of SEC games and a couple of Big 10 games,” he said. As a sophomore he rushed for 1,700 yards and 10 scores.
Junior RHP Jackson Kowar of Weddington, NC has committed to Clemson. He also considered Duke, East Carolina, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt. He’s Clemson’s third commitment for the 2015 class.