Clemson WR signee Kyrin Priester did not get through the NCAA Clearinghouse and will enroll at Fork Union Prep, VA this fall. He hopes to enroll at Clemson in January.
DL Dexter Wideman of Saluda committed to Florida State in July, but he later attended a camp at USC and that has led to speculation that the Gamecocks are still alive for him. But Saluda coach Doug Painter feels at least right now Wideman has settled on the Seminoles. “He’s kind of relieved to get a decision made and feels good about it,” Painter said. “He really likes the coaches there. I think he wanted to go a little farther away from home. It’s possible the door is open for USC but Dexter hasn’t told me that. Kids can change their mind. I’m sure they’ll stay on him. But I think he’s pretty set on it (FSU) right now.” Painter said he’s confident Wideman will attend some games at USC this fall. He said Wideman has not scheduled any official visits.
DE Dante Sawyer of Suwanee, GA is working on his decision and hopes to have one within the next two weeks. Sawyer is down to USC, Tennessee, Auburn and Georgia. He is not claiming a favorite. Sawyer has not yet visited USC. He would like to make a visit before his decision, but if he’s not able to, he still wants to make his call within the next two weeks.
6-7 Isaiah Wilkins of Norcross, GA released his short list on Wednesday. Clemson is on the list along with Florida State, Richmond, Virginia, Wichita State, SMU, Mississippi State, VCU, Murray State and Central Florida. He’s the stepson of former Georgia and NBA star Dominique Wilkins.