Two more five-stars visiting Clemson

At the end of last weekend's round of official visits, Clemson picked added one more to the 2011 class.

And for a second weekend in a row, there will be several official visitors on campus.

Though the numbers this weekend don't match the numbers from last weekend, this wave of guests still packs quite a punch.

DE Ray Drew, the most highly rated uncommitted prospect, has visited Clemson only once. That trip was almost a year ago. Since then, he's taken several visits, most of which were to SEC schools.

This weekend's visit will serve as a "refresher" for Drew.

Five-star defensive end Ray Drew will be on campus at Clemson this weekend for his official visit. (
The five-star defensive end also told CUTigers that he's down to six schools.

Along with Clemson, Drew is still considering Alabama, Miami, Auburn, Georgia and LSU. A decision is expected not long after his visit.

It's been our stance for a while, but we still believe that Drew's SEC-bound.

Kicker Ammon Lakip is down to two schools, and Clemson just might be the driver's seat.

The Atlanta-area specialist visited Georgia Tech Tuesday night but he won't take an official because he's seen the campus several times already.

The Clemson visit was moved up a weekend (in place of Georgia Tech's) after last weekend's trip to Auburn was rescheduled. He won't visit Auburn as the Tigers from The Plains have extended a greyshirt offer while Clemson and Georgia Tech have full offers on the table.

Lakip visited Clemson last spring, but as a soccer recruit.

A former 2011 commit, safety Geraldo Orta is down to two schools and will be on camps this weekend as well. Clemson and Tennessee.

After his official visit to Clemson, he'll evaluate both schools and make a decision.

Five-star wide receiver Sammy Watkins, a firm Clemson commitment, will also take his final official visit this weekend. (
Though he was a take earlier in the process, the late in the game numbers crunch might dictate otherwise, if he were to offer his commitment to Clemson again.

WR Sammy Watkins - A guy who many look as a Percy Harvin-type, Clemson fans were disappointed that he wasn't utilized more in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. New Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris won't make that same mistake. Solid to Clemson.

WR Charone Peake - Recently down-graded to a four-star, Peake had a strong showing at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Just one of several skill players that are expected to bring excitement to Morris' offense. Solid to Clemson.

QB Morgan Roberts - A greyshirt offer, Roberts under evaluation into the fall before Clemson elected not to go with a full offer. Also offered by Ball State, Western Carolina, Dartmouth and Elon. Solid to Clemson.

OT Isaiah Battle - The three-star tackle will head to prep school after he's finished with high school, likely to Hargrave. Extremely athletic and has tremendous upside. Solid to Clemson.

WR Adam Humphries - An undersized possession receiver who will fill the slot role. Tyler Grisham is the obvious comparison. Solid to Clemson.

DE Kevin Dodd - Another three-star lineman who could be heading to prep school before Clemson, but getting qualified is within reason for Dodd. He's another underrated pickup for the defense. Solid to Clemson. Top Stories