March Junior Day Insider

A number of highly sought after players from up and down the East coast will be in Clemson on Saturday for the second Junior Day of the spring.

Florida State offensive tackle commit Austin Golson will make his first trip to Clemson. The 6-foot-6, 290-pound four-star from Prattville, Ala. has been committed to the Seminoles since last April.

As of earlier this week, former Georgia commit Tramel Terry was still deciding whether or not he'd visit Clemson or head to Georgia for the second weekend in a row.

Lately, it's been a battle between Clemson, South Carolina and Georgia for the athlete from Goose Creek.

Among the other headlining 2013 visitors are running backs Derrick Green, Marquez Grayson and Alvin Kamara.

Green, who checks in at 5-11, 220, is visiting from Hermitage High School in Richmond, Va. He's picked up offers including, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Auburn, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oklahoma, South Carolina and USC.

Alvin Kamara has offers from Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and USC. (
From Norcross, Ga., Kamara has offers from Clemson, Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and USC. Saturday will be his first visit to Clemson as a recruited prospect.

Grayson, who's visited Clemson several times over the last year, has offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound running back is visiting from Lexington, N.C.

Jayron Kearse, son of Jevon Kearse, is committed to Miami. The wide receiver will be visiting from Fort Myers, Fla., where attends the same school as offensive tackle Joe Fennell. That school, South Fort Myers, claims Sammy Watkins as a graduate.

Also coming up from South Florida, Isaac McDonald is visiting from Champagnat Catholic School Of Hialeah (Fla.). The 6-foot-6, 200-pound outside linebacker has offers from Clemson, Louisville, North Carolina, South Carolina and West Virginia.

Four-star cornerback Kendall Fuller will make the trek down from Our Lady Good Counsel in Olney, Md. He's listed the Tigers as his favorite for a while now and he recently picked up an offer. Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Oklahoma have offered.

Several schools, including Clemson have offered Walton [Marietta, Ga.] offensive lineman Brandon Kublanow. Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech and North Carolina are among the schools with offers out.

Another interior offensive lineman from the Atlanta-area that will be in town is M.L. King [Lithonia] junior Josh Outlaw. Clemson, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and TCU have offered.

Clemson, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and TCU have offered have all offered OL Josh Outlaw. (
Terry's teammate, defensive lineman/linebacker Gerald Turner, also has an offer from Clemson. North Carolina and South Carolina have also offered.

The brother of Clemson cornerback Martin Jenkins, Ryan Jenkins, will visit from Milton in Alpharetta, Ga. He's picked up offers from Clemson and Louisville.

Like Jenkins, Clemson was the first to offer Navarre, Fla. tight end Jordan Leggett. Since then, Louisville, USF and UCF have jumped on board.

Several 2013 prospects without an offer from Clemson will also be in town. Eastside [Taylors] defensive end/outside linebacker Davaris McGowens visited Tigertown several times during the fall. On Thursday, he picked up his first football offer-- S.C. State.

Jack Britt [Fayetteville, N.C.] wide receiver Jalen McDaniel has offers from N.C. State, Wake Forest and East Carolina.

Goose Creek defensive end Jalen Stevens owns a North Carolina offer.

Mississippi and Purdue have offered Myrtle Beach cornerback Chocolate Wilson.

Boston College, Michigan State, Mississippi State and South Florid have offers out to Lovejoy, Ga. running back Travis Custis.

Parkview [Lilburn, Ga.] linebacker Kyle Williams is still looking to pick up his first offer.

Clemson verbal commitment QB Deshaun Watson (2014) will also make the quick trip up from Gainesville, Ga. this weekend. (
Mario Mathis, whose brother, Jake Fletcher, is a catcher on the Clemson baseball team, has offers from USF and Ole Miss. The Thomasville, Ga. linebacker is also close with former Tiger defensive tackle Brandon Thompson.

Bamberg-Ehrhardt running back Demetrius Odom has offers from S.C. State and Miami of Ohio.

Tight end Lucas Wilson of Mount Tabor [Winston Salem, N.C.] recently picked up an offer from Wake Forest. N.C. State and South Florida have also offered.

One of the biggest acquisitions on signing day in February was 2014 quarterback Deshaun Watson, who committed to Clemson shortly after the 2012 class was finalized. Vanderbilt, UCF and N.C. State have also offered the Gainesville, Ga. prospect.

Maybe the top sophomore prospects from South Carolina is Bamberg-Ehrhardt's Kevin Crosby. The linebacker/tight end has picked up offers from the in-state schools, as have Alabama, Florida, USC and Virginia Tech, among others. Saluda defensive tackle Dexter Wideman has offers from both Clemson and South Carolina. His teammate, Kwamelle Barnes, is also a defensive tackle prospect.

Clemson recently offered Sandy Creek [Tyrone, Ga.] wide receiver Demarre Kitt. So have Georgia, South Carolina, Auburn, Cincinnati, Mississippi and Mississippi State.

Also due up from Bamberg are linebacker Marcus Moody and defensive back Maurice Duggans. Top Stories