Clemson's Junior Day rundown

Clemson will host its third Junior Day of the year on Saturday, the same afternoon as the annual Orange and White spring game, and there's plenty of "star power" expected to there.

Four 2013 commitments will be in town for the Junior Day. Linebackers Ben Boulware and D.J. Greenlee have confirmed they'll visit. So has tight end Jordan Leggett and safety Jadar Johnson.

Clemson's lone 2014 commitment, quarterback Deshaun Watson, will be in town for the third-time this year.

Headlining the list of visitors is five-star defensive tackle Montravius Adams, the No. 1 prospect at his position in the country.

A big headliner for the weekend is four-star defensive end Isaac Rochell. (
Adams once listed Clemson as his leader, but he backed off and claimed that he's wide-open. Among the schools also under consideration are Georgia, Alabama, Auburn and Florida.

Adams most recently visited Georgia.

Another headliner for the weekend is four-star defensive end Isaac Rochell, who recently listed Notre Dame as his favorite. Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Georgia and Tennessee are also under consideration.

A "likely" visitor for the Junior Day is four-star running back Derrick Green. The 5-foot-11, 220-pound prospect is listed as the No. 20 running back in the class of 2013. With almost 30 offers to his name, he currently lists Clemson as his favorite.

Four-star linebacker Dorian O'Daniel is expected to make his second visit to Clemson of the spring. The Tigers are among his favorites, if not the clear-cut leader.

North Carolina cornerback commitment Korrin Wiggins is another likely visitor for Saturday. South Carolina, Duke and East Carolina have also offered the standout defensive back.

Dane Rogers, the No. 36 defensive end in the country, is the cousin of 2012 signee Carlos Watkins. Rogers, a three-star, lists Clemson and Florida as his top two schools.

Dane Rogers, the No. 36 defensive end in the country, is the cousin of 2012 signee Carlos Watkins. (
Three-star middle linebacker Lewis Neal will head to Clemson on Saturday. The No. 20 player at his position also holds offers from Ohio State, South Carolina, North Carolina and Tennessee, among others. He lists no favorites.

Clemson will host another big running back, Peyton Barber. The 5-foot-10, 211-pound prospect has offers from Clemson, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Ole Miss, North Carolina, Purdue, UCF, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest.

Safety Marqui Hawkins picked up a Clemson offer earlier this spring while in town for a visit. Tennessee, Mississippi State and Ole Miss have also offered.

Other class of 2013 visitors include wide receiver Jalen McDaniel, linebacker Mario Mathis and cornerback Chocolate Wilson.

Among the class of 2014 prospects scheduled to be there are C.J. Fuller, Christian Taylor and Dexter Wideman. Wideman, a defensive tackle, is the only one of the group with an offer from Clemson. Top Stories