Last week USC offered TE Tommy Tremble (6-4 225) of Johns Creek, GA. “I was very happy and excited when the offer happened. I love the program and the coaching staff has been great to me also. They said they liked how I’m a big man that has a lot of potential on the field either getting vertical or putting my hand in the ground and blocking.” Tremble will visit USC April 29th. Tremble visited Georgia Saturday and was offered, and he was at Auburn earlier in the week. He is going to Tennessee next Saturday. He also has offers from Indiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Maryland and Colorado State.
OL Wyatt Campbell of Lugoff-Elgin has added offers from NC State and Duke. He also has offers from Louisville, Virginia, Wofford, Appalachian State, Middle Tennessee, Georgia State and Eastern Kentucky. NC State and Duke were his most recent offers and he has no future visits planned. He’s not heard much recently from USC or Clemson.
RB Mateo Durant of McCormick has taken some visits, including one to USC, and has more to come. Clemson no longer is interested but USC remains in touch. “I use to hear from Clemson more than USC, now USC is showing more interest, but nothing that’s showing me they are really excited about me. I talked to Coach Bentley and he said they love me but they have to be careful with their pick. He said once they offer that means they’re ready to offer me.” Durant also has visited Georgia and Georgia State and he has visits coming up to Wofford, Duke, Virginia Tech. Charlotte and West Virginia.
DE Gaelin Elmore, the graduate transfer from Minnesota, was delayed in Atlanta on his way to USC from Arizona Sunday night and arrived early Monday morning. He said his visit to Arizona “went really well, it was a lot of fun.” After his visit to USC which ends Tuesday, Elmore plans to decide on his next three official visits. He picked up recent offers from Houston and Texas Tech.
2019 WR Stephon Green (6-5 190) of Carvers Bay took in spring practices at USC and Clemson. He’s been a basketball player but is now being recruited more for football. “Both coaches are saying they should have people coming to the school in 2-3 weeks. I’m attending a one day camp for both schools this summer.” Green also is hearing from East Carolina and Wingate. He said he will pursue football for college.
OL Hamilton Hall (6-6 332) of Chamblee, GA visited Clemson last week. “Clemson visit went well. What I liked most was what Coach Elliot was pouring into me about what makes Clemson different. He told me about basically what makes them who they are and the type of people they have on staff. It left an impression on me. I really like how they ran things over there.” Hall also has visited Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, NC State and Georgia. He would only say he has ACC and SEC offers adding that his coaches advised him not to specify his offers publicly. He said he has not heard from USC.
2020 QB JW Hertzberg of Southside Christian already is drawing the interest of USC, Clemson and others. He has been to USC and visited Oklahoma State last week. “When I moved here from Miami seven years ago, I was so lucky to have met Willy Korn who introduced me to Bobby Bentley, and Coach Bentley was the one who trained me. I credit him for the mechanics I have today. I can remember hours of throwing with him, Jake Bentley and Shuler Bentley. Also, Coach Bentley and Coach Muschamp and Coach Roper have had me on campus three times so far and invited me again this summer.” Clemson invited Hertzberg to the spring game but he had already promised Oklahoma State a visit for the weekend. He plans to reschedule Clemson. He also has been to Miami and Florida International. Hertzberg currently is 6-2 but projects to be 6-4 or 6-5.
OL Carter Colquitt (6-6 295) of Buford, GA visited USC Friday and Clemson Saturday for its spring game. He has not been offered but is expecting coaches to scout him this spring. “Last year I a had a few injuries and was inexperienced, because it was my first year playing tackle. This year I have something to prove to coaches, and I’ve worked really hard to get to this point.” Colquitt said he will attend several camps this summer in hopes of landing offers.
RB Zamir White of Laurinburg, NC was at Clemson’s spring game Saturday with his mother, but from there he went to Athens for another visit with Georgia. That was his third visit with the Bulldogs this spring and he’s expected back for the spring game.
USC continues to lead for WR Jatavious Harris of Milledgeville, GA and is in his final seven with Louisville, Florida, Miami, Minnesota, Tennessee, Pitt and West Virginia.
USC target Fort Dorchester QB Dakereon Joyner will visit Alabama April 22nd.
Byrnes WR Demarcus Gregory was offered by Nebraska Sunday.
WR Jacob Copeland of Pensacola, FL visited Clemson Saturday but Sunday he narrowed his decision to Auburn and Florida.
LB Peyton Wilson of Hillsborough, NC has Clemson in top 4 with North Carolina, Ohio State and Virginia Tech.
Clemson did not make the final four with OL Max Wray of Franklin TN who narrowed his list to Ohio State, Tennessee, Alabama and LSU. Clemson was one of his recruiting stops.
DB Jaycee Horn of Alpharetta, GA trimmed his list to a final seven of USC, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Wake Forest, Ohio State, Alabama and Auburn.
2019 RB Lamont Sparrow of Bladensburg, MD was at Clemson Saturday for the spring game.
2019 OL Riley Simonds (6-4 280) of Buford, GA visited Clemson last week. He has a Virginia Tech offer.
2020 QB Roman Purcell of Jersey City, NJ was at Clemson’s spring game Saturday.
2020 OL Clyde Haley Jr. of Washington, DC visited Clemson Saturday.
2020 RB Deondre Jackson of Lithonia, GA was at Clemson Saturday. He has Alabama and Tennessee offers.
6-2 NaLyssa Smith of Converse, TX took an official visit to USC over the weekend. She’s ranked 4th nationally by ESPN.
2019 OF Tyler Kehoe (5-11 165) of Prospect Park, PA committed Sunday to USC. He had been committed to Louisville. He also was recruited by Clemson, Arkansas, Penn State, Houston, Pitt and Virginia Tech.