Grayson High School teammates/Clemson commitments, David Kamara and Wayne Gallman are slated to be in this weekend.
Clemson's other running back commitment for the 2013 haul will be in town. Tyshon Dye, a four-star prospect, will be making his first appearance in Death Valley this season.
Dye will be joined by his younger brother, 2014 cornerback Marquice Dye, plus sophomore defensive lineman Ken Allen and senior Randy Jones.
Another commitment making his first 2012 game day visit is three-star tight end pledge Jordan Leggett.
Four other Clemson pledges are going to be in town, but each prospect has been a regular in Tigertown -- Ryan Jenkins, Ben Boulware, Dane Rogers and D.J. Greenlee.
At least three 2014 commitments will be in town on Saturday. Deshaun Watson, Cannon Smith and Jae'lon Oglesby are scheduled to visit.
Several other class of 2014 guests are slated to be in town. Athlete C.J. Fuller will make the short drive down from Easley, as will his teammate, defensive tackle Quaven Ferugson.
Defensive back Nick Glass, a Georgia commitment, is looking at making the trip north from Atlanta.
Saluda's defensive line twosome of Kwamelle Barnes and Dexter Wideman will make the trip up to Clemson.
A pair of South Carolina's top 2015 prospects are due in town. From Byrnes, wide receiver Tavin Richardson will visit. Athlete Freddie Phillips will make the trip to Tigertown from Pelion.
Running back Antonio Williams has already made a name for himself in the class of 2016. Saturday will mark his first trip to Clemson for a game. He's already picked up offers from two of his instate schools, North Carolina and N.C. State.
The basketball staff will host one official visitor and three unofficial guests.
This weekend's official visitor is Demetrius Henry, a four-star power forward from Faith Baptist High School in Fort Pierce, Fla.
Both 2013 commitments, Patrick Rooks and Austin Ajukwa, will be in town on unofficial visits. They'll be joined by Juwan Evans, a sophomore point guard from Legacy Charter in Greenville.
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