ON LOCATION: Javarius Leamon

WOODRUFF, S.C. - Javarius Leamon, one of the state's top 2012 offensive linemen, claims six offers entering the heart of spring.

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Clemson, South Carolina, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Marshall and East Carolina have already offered the Scout.com three-star offensive tackle.

And several coaches have already made stops through Woodruff High School to check on Leamon. Auburn's visited, and Notre Dame, Georgia and Tennessee all plan to stop by next week.

Clemson recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach Jeff Scott was in on Monday. South Carolina offensive line coach/running game coordinator Shawn Elliott visited last Friday.

Leamon recently spoke with a pair of Clemson coaches.

"[Scott] was on a plane going somewhere. Coach [Robbie] Caldwell wanted me to call him, so I called him," he told CUTigers.com. "He told me he was down there in Central, who we just played for the upper state. He was kind of rubbing it in a little bit. We were just talking about football and getting me up there during the summer."

His first encounter with Caldwell, the Tigers' first-year offensive line coach, was during the March Junior Day.

"We're not really that close yet, but I've got a feeling it's going to be really good once I really get to know him," Leamon said.

When asked which college recruiter he has the best relationship with, Leamon didn't offer any names.

"All of the coaches are telling me the same thing. I haven't really gotten it down to a personal relationship, not yet," he said.

What will the Scout.com No. 43 ranked offensive tackle be looking out for with a school?

"The family thing—around here, we're a small school, so we've got to stick together," Leamon said. "It's family. I like some of the smaller schools, not too big. That would be a plus."

The 6-foot-6, 260-pound rising senior claims no favorites. He plans to make a decision on signing day.

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