CommitmentsDE Elijah Daniel
The No. 4 defensive end in the country committed to Clemson when visiting from Avon High School in Indiana during the Dabo Swinney Football Camp last month. Daniel surprised many when he opted to pull the trigger while on campus.
Daniel picked Clemson over offer Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Miami, Ole Miss, South Florida, Tennessee and West Virginia.
OLB Dorian O'Daniel
Like Daniel, O'Daniel made his commitment to Clemson while on campus. O'Daniel gave his pledge while in town for the Orange and White spring game.
He picked Clemson over offers from Arizona, California, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Nebraska, N.C. State, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin.
The four-star, who's rated as the No. 11 outside linebacker in the class of 2013, will be in Beaverton, Ore. with one of his Our Lady Good Counsel [Olney, Md.] teammates, who is also on the Clemson radar.
TargetsWR Alvin Bailey
Clemson hosted the three-star prospect for a visit last week. Before the trip, he made stops at Notre Dame and Michigan. The Armwood High School [Seffner, Fla.] senior holds offers from Clemson, Michigan, West Virginia, Florida State, Georgia, South Carolina and Notre Dame.
OG Tyrone Crowder
The Richmond Senior High School [Rockingham, N.C.] senior is ranked as the No. 3 offensive guard in the country. Crowder holds offers from North Carolina, N.C. State, Florida, Alabama, Florida State, Georgia and Tennessee.
His most recent trip to Clemson was on the final day of the Dabo Camp.
Kendall Fuller will join teammate Dorian O'Daniel at The Openning.
O'Daniel's Good Counsel teammate lists his three finalists as Clemson, Virginia Tech and Michigan. Fuller, the No. 2 cornerback in the country, is rated as a five-star prospect.
Fuller is scheduled to visit Clemson on the weekend of July 20.
RB Derrick Green
Green, a four-star from Hermitage High School in Richmond, Va., listed Clemson as his favorite after visiting for the Orange and White spring game. But he backed away from that feeling just a few weeks after the visit.
The No. 7 running back in the country recently announced his final 13 schools -- Tennessee, Michigan, Oregon, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Virginia Tech, Auburn, Clemson, Alabama, Miami, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma.
WR Ryan Jenkins
Jenkins, a three-star wide receiver from Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga., will announce his commitment on Sunday at The Opening. His finalists are Clemson and Oklahoma State.
The No. 60 wide receiver in the class of 2013 is the younger brother of Clemson cornerback Martin Jenkins.
RB Alvin Kamara
A four-star running back from Norcross High School in Georgia, Kamara visited Clemson this past weekend with Jenkins.
DL Demarcus Walker
Listed by Scout.com as a four-star defensive end, Walker could end up playing tackle at the next level. Clemson is in the mix, along of Alabama and Florida.