Last Saturday Greenwood junior DB Kaleb Chalmers took in the Georgia at Clemson game. This Saturday he will see Georgia again only this time South Carolina will be the opponent. Clemson and USC have offered Chalmers. Georgia is recruiting him but has not yet offered. Chalmers said his time at Clemson last weekend was beneficial. “It was a good experience to see all the players, the fans and the atmosphere was nice,” Chalmers said. He spent time talking with recruiter and Clemson secondary coach Mike Reed. “They really want me,” he said. “He told me to just keep my grades up. He said I’m the type of player who will be there only three years.” Chalmers plans to be at USC for the Vanderbilt game and he said he hears regularly from Gamecock recruiter GA Mangus. He’s also hearing a lot from Tennessee. The Vols also have offered along with Stanford, Duke and North Carolina. “I don’t have any favorites, everybody is equal,” Chalmers said. He wants to visit every school that’s offered and he plans to make his decision next summer before his senior season. Last season he had 45 tackles with 4 interceptions.
OL Damian Prince of Forestville, MD has not set his official visits yet. USC is in the group of schools he’s considering for visits. The others are Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, Ohio State, Rutgers, Tennessee and Vanderbilt. He plans to cut his list down to a smaller number in the near future.