Weekend football visitor list

CUTigers takes a closer look at the top prospects expected to visit Clemson this weekend for the North Carolina game.

The ACT test date and noon kickoff will prevent several potential visitors from attending Clemson's game against North Carolina on Saturday. But there are still a few notables who will be in town.

Three-star offensive guard D.J. Reader, who's now classified as a defensive tackle on Clemson's board, originally planned to take an official visit to Tigertown this weekend. The Grimsley [Greensboro, N.C.] senior still plans to make the trip, but it will be an unofficial.

Commitments from 2012 defensive tackles Carlos Watkins and Josh Brown could put an end to a heavy push by the Tigers.

Also from North Carolina, 2013 offensive tackle R.J. Prince will head down to Clemson this weekend. As will 2013 guard Tyrone Crowder.

Prince, a 6-foot-6, 285-pound prospect from Albermarle, has offers from Clemson, South Carolina, North Carolina and N.C. State. He last visited Tigertown for the Florida State game.

Crowder, who's from Rockingham Senior, holds offers from Clemson, Duke and East Carolina. His most recent visit to Clemson was for the Florida State game.

Another 2013 offensive lineman with a Clemson offer, D.J. Park, is scheduled to visit. The four-star tackle visited for the Auburn game.

Four-star defensive end Isaac Rochell will make his first trip to Clemson since the Dabo Swinney Football Camp. The Eagles Landing Christian Academy [McDonough, Ga.] junior holds offers from most of the heavy hitters in the southeast.

Quarterback Deshaun Watson, who's visited Clemson several times already this season, has also taken a trip down to Florida. The Tigers remain in solid position for the sophomore.

Goose Creek running back Caleb Kinlaw, also a 2014 prospect, will make the trip up to Clemson.

Wide receiver Quinshad Davis is considering a visit this weekend.

CUTigers.com has confirmed that the following commitments will be in town: Patrick Destefano, Shaq Lawson, Germone Hopper, Jay Guillermo and Watkins.

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