Junior TE/LB Garrett Williams (6-4 225) of Orlando is the son of former Florida State FB Dan Williams. Williams has received an offer from Clemson and is reciprocating the interest. He has visited Clemson several times, including this year’s opener against Georgia. His other offers include Florida State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Auburn, Ohio State, Louisville, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Florida, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss and Duke among others with interest from USC. “Clemson is telling me they like me on offense and defense but they really like me at the tight end,” he said. “They use that position a lot and they think I can fit into their offense. I love their coaching staff, the environment and their facilities are great.” He spoke highly of his experience at the Clemson-Georgia game. Williams is also showing a lot of interest in FSU. “I think their campus and their facilities are top notch,” Williams said. “I think coach (Jimbo) Fisher is doing a great job and they will continue to excel.” His other two planned trips this season are to Tennessee and North Carolina though he has not scheduled either visit. Williams does not have any favorites.
Junior DB Rion Davis (6-0 180) of A.C. Flora has not received his first offer but is hearing from USC, Clemson, Georgia, Florida State, and Virginia Tech among others. He does not have any favorites but is showing interest in Clemson and USC. Davis attended Clemson’s season-opener versus Georgia. “I like the atmosphere and how the fans get into it,” he said. “They told me they’re close to offering. They told me they like how I am light on my feet.” It is not the football program that caught his attention, however. “I like that Dabo Swinney told us that football is not the most important thing there,” Davis said. “He told us that if something happened to us-like blowing out a knee-we would still get a great education.” Davis attended a camp at USC this summer and also likes the Gamecocks. “I like the way they play,” he said. “I really like how the coaches push you to get better. They told me they’re really interested and they’re possibly going to offer.” Davis added that he likes that USC is close to home. Other camps Davis attended included Tennessee and Georgia with the two programs impressing him. He may attend a game at USC this fall.
Class of 2015 TE Harrison Moon (6-5 255) of Chattanooga attended camps at USC and Clemson this summer and continues to hear from the Tigers. “I went to the Clemson-Georgia game,” Moon said. “It was my first time there for a game and it was pretty awesome. We’re just talking right now and they’re getting to know me. I like it a lot there. It’s a great place and a great program. The schools speaks for itself.” He said that it is unlikely Clemson would offer until after the season but remains hopeful for a future offer. He is showing interest in the Gamecocks as well. “I did pretty well at their camp and I really liked their coaches,” Moon said. His offers are from Vanderbilt and UT-Chattanooga with interest from Clemson, USC, Tennessee, Louisville, Florida State, Indiana and Cincinnati among others. Moon has plans to attend games at Vanderbilt and UTC this season. He did not name any favorites.
Class of 2015 WR Markeyvious Adama (6-4 185) of Greenwood is waiting on his first offer but is receiving interest from several schools to include Clemson and USC. Adams has seen both teams play this season starting with the Tigers’ opener against Georgia. “I like the way they do things up there,” Adams said. “I like how they are offensively.” He saw the Gamecocks when they traveled to Athens and is showing interest in the Bulldogs. “I’ve liked Georgia ever since I was little,” he said. “I like their offense and how they use tall wide receivers.” Other schools showing interest in Adams are North Carolina, NC State, Duke, Florida State and Tennessee. Adams does not have any favorites. He said that Clemson is showing the most interest. This summer, Adams attended a camp in Columbia and waked away impressed with the program. “I really like how they develop players down there,” Adams said. “I met the wide receiver coach (Steve Spurrier, Jr.) and I really liked him and how he works with the receivers.” Future visits this season for Adams include NC State, Tennessee and a return trip to Clemson. “They’re telling me that they like my size and speed and how I move without the ball,” he said of the Tigers. Adams was unsure of any visits to USC this fall.
Class of 2015 DB Rashard Causey (6-0 185) of Fort Lauderdale was teammates with current USC LB Skai Moore last season. The Gamecocks offered Causey this spring and are one of the schools Causey named when asked if he had any favorites. “I don’t want to say I have favorites,” he said. “But I do like Miami, Florida and South Carolina a lot.” Causey visited USC over the summer and enjoyed his time in Columbia. A return trip was planned for last weekend but he had to reschedule. “I was supposed to go the see them play Vandy last weekend but something popped up,” Causey said. “I’m going to see them next weekend at UCF so at least I can watch them play in person.” Causey added that he plans to make it to Williams-Brice for a game this season. Though Causey and Skai Moore are no longer teammates, the pair remain in contact. “He just tells me (USC) is a great place to be and that I would fit in perfectly there,” he said. “He tells me the coaches are really cool. I didn’t get to talk to them while I was there though because I guess that was during a time they can’t talk to (prospects).” His other offers include UCLA, Miami, Arkansas, Notre Dame, Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Central Florida and Rutgers. He has 17 in all.
Towson may be the first offer for junior DB Dominique Lemon (5-10 170) of Blythewood. Lemon speaks with the Tigers coaching staff regularly and says Towson is showing a lot of interest. “I definitely think they’ll be the first to offer,” Lemon said. “They’re telling me how much they like me and how I would be a good fit there.” Lemon plans to visit the school in October. “I’ve been to Baltimore once and I love the area,” he said. “It’s a big city so there are a lot of opportunities after you graduate.” Other schools showing interest in Lemon include Indiana, Auburn, Charlotte, Clemson and Virginia Tech. He says Indiana is showing the most interest of these schools sending him mail every day. His most recent visit was to Auburn last week. “I went to the Mississippi State (versus Auburn) game and I really liked the environment,” he said. “It blew me away. They invited me down so I went. I had to leave early so I didn’t really get to talk to the coaches afterwards. I think they’re starting to show some interest.” This past summer, Lemon took several visits to include Clemson. “I grew up liking Clemson so I liked the whole football tradition, the campus, the facilities…stuff like that,” Lemon said. He did not name a leader.