Dabo Camp offensive preview

This year's Dabo Swinney Football Camp gets underway on Tuesday afternoon. As usual, several highly sought after prospects are expected to visit Clemson.

Up first in our two-part series is a position-by-position look at the offensive players who we've confirmed as visitors.


For the first-time since his visit to Auburn, Deshaun Watson will visit Clemson. The future four-star prospect picked up an offer from Auburn during last month's visit.

Clemson's only 2014 commitment, Watson picked up his Clemson offer after a solid showing at last year's camp.

Will Grier is a rising junior quarterback to keep an eye on, even though Clemson currently has a commitment from Watson. Grier, who picked up an offer from North Carolina last week, will head to Clemson during the second session.

Two rising sophomore quarterbacks have picked up an offer from the Tigers -- Abbeville's Kelly Bryant and DeAndre Johnson of First Coast [Jacksonville, Fla.]. Both are expected in this week.

South Carolina has offered Bryant. UCLA, UCon and USF have offered Johnson.

Another class of 2015 quarterback, Lake Marion's Deriante Jenkins, will be among the quarterback campers.

Running Back

The first of two running back pledges in Clemson's 2013 class, Wayne Gallman will make the trip up from Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga. Gallman is unsure if he will participate in the camp or just watch the other prospects work out.

Bo Scarborough of Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa, Ala., is expected on campus.
Miami Central rising junior Dalvin Cook wanted to commit to Clemson earlier this spring when the Tigers let him know an offer was his way. Before accepting a commitment from the 5-foot-11, 190-pound running back, the Tigers' coaching staff wanted to get him on campus.

Clemson could pick up a pledge from Cook while he is visiting this week.

Another offered 2014 running back, Bo Scarborough of Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa, Ala., is expected to make a stop through town.

Charlotte Catholic rising junior Elijah Hood has picked up several offers, but has yet to receive a tender from Clemson. An impressive showing on Wednesday could net him an offer from the Tigers.

A pair of Upstate running backs are set for Clemson camp stops. Daniel's Jaelon Oglesby and St. Joseph's Andre Stoddard will work out for the Tigers' coaches. Oglesby is scheduled to participate on Saturday.

Wide Receiver

Lake Marion rising senior Mike Williams camped at Clemson last year and he's expected to be back around camp time this year.

The four-star wide receiver is likely to remain in-state for college, but he's begun to look outside the confines of the Palmetto State.

Johnathan Howard visited Clemson from Georgia's Wilcox County during the spring. He'll head back to Tigertown for a camp stop this week.

Lake Marion's Mike Williams camped at Clemson last year and he's expected to be back this year.
Clemson remains the leader for Howard, a rising senior with offers from North Carolina and Kentucky. Williams recently claimed that a commitment won't be made until later this year. But he's also said that could happen this summer.

Another 2013 wide receiver, Juwaan Williams of Tucker Ga., won't participate in the camp, but he will make a stop through Tigertown during the camp. The Tigers have offered but have ground to make up for the three-star, who could also play defensive back in college.

Three-star wide receiver Richard Benjamin will visit Clemson this week. The Tampa Technical rising senior recently listed Clemson among his top-10 schools.

Leesville Road [Raleigh] rising junior Braxton Berrios will stop by on Wednesday. A solid camp showing could produce an offer from Swinney and company.

One 2014 wide receiver with an offer from the Tigers is Coral Reef's [Miaim] Jacob McCrary. Along with Clemson, Florida State and Kansas State have offered.

Other rising juniors that are offer candidates are Krenwick Sanders [Jesup County, Ga.] and Jamil Kamara [Lake Taylor in Norfolk, Va.].

Tight End

Three-star Clemson commitment Jordan Leggett is scheduled to visit Clemson for this first-time since making his way to Tigertown for the spring game.

Clemson commitment Jordan Leggett is scheduled to visit Clemson.
Allendale-Fairfax rising senior Reshawn Riley is among the more underrated prospects in the state. He'll be back for the second-consecutive summer.

Charlotte Chrisitian's Jeb Blazevich will be one of the nation's top tight ends in the 2014 class. An offer from Clemson could be his way before he leaves camp. Blazevich has an older brother who attends Clemson.

Offensive Line

Clemson has several needs in the 2013 class, one of which is along the interior of the offensive line. Atop that board is Tyrone Crowder. The four-star is ranked as the No. 3 offensive guard in the country. He's scheduled to visit Clemson this week.

Another interior offensive lineman who the Tigers are heavily pursuing is Gulf Breeze [Fla.] rising senior Austin Droogsma. He'll be in town on Wednesday.

Two other interior offensive linemen will camp at Clemson -- Hakeem Porter and Austin Turner.

White Knoll offensive tackle Christian Taylor is scheduled to visit on Wednesday, but will not participate.

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