Weekend basketball visitor list

Friday night's Rock The 'John isn't just for Clemson fans hungry for some round ball. The fourth annual event will also serve as an attraction for four official visitors and several unofficial guests.

Second-year head coach Brad Brownell and his staff will host a trio of uncommitted prospects this weekend, plus longtime pledge Jaron Blossomgame.

Three-star point guard Adonis Filer, who's ranked by Scout.com as the No. 28 point guard in the class of 2012, will be making his first visit to Clemson. He's already taken official trips to Tennessee and Utah.

The Chicago-area native, who attends Notre Dame Prep School in Massachusetts, will make his decision by early December, before signing in the spring.

Though Scout.com ranks Tonye Jekiri as the No. 13 center in the 2013 class, he recently opted to remain in the 2012 class, instead of reclassifying to 2013.


Tonye Jekiri will be making his first trip to Clemson this weekend.
The Champagnat Catholic School of Miami senior played AAU ball for Team Breakdown with Clemson freshman Daniel Sapp.

Phillip Nolan will also be making his first trip to Clemson.

The three-star power forward from Wisconsin has already made an official visit to Oregon. Marquette and Minnesota are also under consideration for the No. 29 power forward in the class of 2012.

Several sophomores and juniors will be in town for Rock The 'John, as well as Saturday's football game against North Carolina.

Clemson commitment Patrick Rooks, the No. 24 shooting guard for the 2013 class, is scheduled to visit.

Quinton Stephens, who was offered by Clemson earlier this year, will be up from Atlanta. The Marist School forward also has offers from Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, among others.

Two 2014 prospects from Porter-Gaud will make the trip up from the Charleston area. Kurt James, a small forward, and Ty Solomon, a point guard.

Point guard Keyshawn Woods, another 2014 prospect, will be down from North Carolina's Gaston Day.


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