As always, a handful of top prospects are expected to be on campus this weekend in conjunction with the annual Orange & White game.
Here's a look at some of the names expected to be there:
QB Greyson Lambert No. 8
First 2012 quarterback to receive a Clemson an offer may not be the best
fit for the Tigers' spread offense. Saturday will be his first visit since
November but Lambert clearly remains interested in wearing orange and white.
QB Chad Voytik No. 31
No Clemson offer just yet, but the Cleveland, Tenn. junior has picked up offers
from Mississippi State, Pittsburgh and Vanderbilt.
QB Chad Kelly No. 38
The nephew of for Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly will be
making his first visit to Clemson. He'll arrive Friday and leave Sunday.
WR Cordrea Tankersley No. 30
Clemson was first to offer, but South Carolina has since joined. Would
likely move to the defensive side of the ball if he were to pick the
WR Jamel Harbison
The last time he spoke with CUTigers.com, Clemson was the leader.
Harbison visited Tigertown earlier this year for the first Junior Day
TE Ricky Parks No. 2
The highest rated visitor for the entire weekend, Clemson's standing has
slipped in recent weeks. Georgia and Alabama now occupy his top two.
OT Brock Stadnik No. 12
Whoever offers his twin brother, Clayton Stadnik, will be in contention.
Clemson hasn't offered.
OT Jonathan McLaughlin No. 50
An offer from Clemson would put the Tigers in prime position to add an
offensive lineman from Mauldin for the second-straight season.
DE Martin Aiken No. 11
The state's hottest name this spring recently picked up an offer from the
national champions. Clemson has been considered a longtime favorite.
DE Shaquille Lawson
The second player to commit to the Tigers' 2012 class makes yet another
Daniel Lion a Clemson Tiger.
2012 DE Michael Moore No. 36
The son of Virginia wide receivers coach Shawn Moore is making his
first visit to Clemson.
DT Dalvin Tomlinson No. 30
Clemson is one of several schools that have sent offers, and he speaks
highly of the Tigers.
S Deion Bonner No. 9
Georgia remains the team to beat, but Clemson is still in the mix with
defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison still making his presence
known at Carver.
S Ronald Geohaghan No. 29
One of the top defensive backs in the state's 2012 class. He'll make a
quick stop in Columbia before heading to Clemson on Saturday.
S Rhaheim Ledbetter No. 23
Harbison's nephew favors the SEC.
S Marty Williams
Listed by Scout.com as a quarterback, but projects as a safety or
wide receiver at the next level. He last visited Clemson on April 2.
CB T.J. Gurley
No offers yet for the 2012 cornerback, but several ACC and SEC programs
are currently expressing interest.
2013 WR Uriah LeMay
The younger brother of Georgia freshman quarterback Christian LeMay, who
listed Clemson as one of his finalists. The younger LeMay claims several
offers, including one from the Tigers.
2013 QB Marqui Hawkins
No offers for the next big-time prospect out of Carver, who will play both
wide receiver and safety as a junior. The Tigers like him as a safety.
Another big recruiting weekend
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