Elite juniors headed to Clemson

On Saturday, the Clemson coaches will host a contingent of elite juniors for the Tigers' first Junior Day in 2012.

Among the headliners for the day-long event is Dooly County [Vienna, Ga.] defensive tackle Montravius Adams.

The 6-foot-3, 285-pound junior was first offered by Clemson last fall. Since then, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Kentucky and Michigan State have come forward with offers. All of which have been made within the last month.

Prior to picking up the slew of offers, Adams listed Clemson as his favorite.

Larenz Bryant, who was offered by Danny Pearman in December, will visit Clemson on Saturday.

The Vance [Charlotte, N.C.] junior outside linebacker also has offers from Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Georgia Tech and several others.

Coming all the way down from Canton, Mich. is Plymouth junior offensive guard Cameron Dillard, who recently picked up an offer from Oregon. (Scout.com)
Coming all the way down from Canton, Mich. is Plymouth junior offensive guard Cameron Dillard, who recently picked up an offer from Oregon.

Bowling Green, Buffalo, Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan had already offered.

One of the state's top sophomores, Kevin Crosby, is expected to make the trip of from Bamberg-Ehrhardt. Listed by Scout.com as a middle linebacker, Crosby could play a number of positions at the next level.

And he's already gotten the attention of several schools. Clemson, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Illinois are among several of the schools with offers to the 2014 prospect.

Ahmad Fulwood of Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville, Fla. will be ranked among the nation's top wide receivers in the class of 2013. Saturday's trip to Clemson will be his third.

Along with Clemson, several big-time programs have offered, including Alabama, Ohio State and Florida. Clemson, thanks to the efforts of Jeff Scott is firmly in position for Fulwood's signature next year.

One of several class of 2013 running back with a Clemson offer, Grayson [Loganville, Ga.] junior Wayne Gallman will be in town. Auburn, Virginia and Vandebilt have also offered.

Another 2013 running back with an offer from Clemson, Marquez Grayson of Lexington [N.C.] will be in town this weekend. Clemson, Virginia Tech, Virginia, N.C. State, ECU and South Carolina have offered.

Grayson could be a late arrival on Saturday because he is taking the SAT.

Three Dillon High School football players may be committed to South Carolina, but Bryce King is remains on the market. The junior offensive lineman plans to be in Tigertown on Saturday.

Tarboro (N.C.) Tyquan Lewis will be in Tigertown this weekend and is also one of the most sought after defensive ends in the south for 2013. (Scout.com)
Clemson, South Carolina, LSU, North Carolina, Tennessee and N.C. State have offered the 6-foot-4, 288-pound guard/center.

Tarboro, N.c. defensive end Tyquan Lewis, will make the trip down to Clemson on Saturday. Clemson has offered, along with Duke, East Carolina, Maryland, N.C. State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.

The Tigers remain the leader for the 6-foot-4, 220-pound prospect.

Another one of North Carolina's top juniors, Mallard Creek [Charlotte] wide receiver Marquez North is expected to be in Clemson.

Clemson is among several programs with an offer out to the 6-foot-3, 210-pound junior. Ohio State, Florida, Michigan and Oregon have also offered. So has South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, plus several others.

North's last visit to Clemson was for the Boston College game.

Amongst a highly regarded class of Georgia juniors, Isaac Rochell is the No. 6 ranked player in the Peach State for 2013.

The Eagles Landing Christian four-star has over 20 offers to his name, including Clemson, Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia Tech.

N.C. State offered Crest [Shelby, N.C.] junior defensive end Dane Rogers last Saturday. He's heard from several schools already, including Clemson, where he'll visit this weekend.

East Forsyth [Kernersville, N.C.] offensive tackle Brandon Smith has yet to pick up any offers, but is receiving heavy interest from Clemson. North Carolina and N.C. State area so in the mix.

The Tigers lead for the 6-foot-7, 310-pound junior.

Four-star DB Tramel Terry will be back on campus after spending the weekend in Clemson two weeks ago. (Scout.com)
LaChaston Smith of South Iredell [Statesville, N.C.], yet another big-time prospect from North Carolina, has scheduled a trip to Clemson for Saturday. Clemson has not offered, but Florida, Virginia and Wake Forest have.

Just two weeks ago, Tramel Terry spent the entire weekend in Clemson. The Goose Creek junior athlete treated the trip like an official visit.

A former Georgia commitment, Clemson, South Carolina and Virginia Tech are among the many offers to his name.

Defensive end Demarcus Walker of Jacksonville's Sandalwood High School will be in town for the first-time since he visited during the season.

Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia are among several schools with offers out to the 6-foot-4, 250-pound junior.

Chad Morris jumped all over Deshaun Watson during camp last summer. The then rising sophomore was offered by Clemson, his first. Since then, UCF, N.C. State and Vanderbilt have offered.

Clemson remains as the favorite for the Gainesville, Ga. quarterback.

Joining Rochell from Eagles Landing Christian Academy is sophomore defensive end prospect Andrew Williams. Clemson and Boston College have both offered.

Mike Williams, the top wide receiver in South Carolina for the 2013, is likely to stay in-state when his decision is reached. That means Clemson or South Carolina. The four-star prospect has also picked up an offer from Georgia.

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