N.C. State game visitor preview

For the second weekend in a row, Clemson plays at home in Death Valley. And, for the second weekend in a row, several highly touted prospects will be on campus.

The Clemson football staff will welcome two more official visitors this weekend, but there is no doubt where this duo will end up next year. Cordrea Tankersley and Shaquille Lawson, signees from the 2012 class, will be in town from Hargrave Military Academy.

Tankersley played both cornerback and safety at Hargrave, as well as wide receiver. In nine games, he totaled 26 tackles and an interception. He caught nine passes for 243 yards with four touchdowns.

Lawson, a defensive end, recorded 63 tackles and 12 sacks during his post-graduate season at Hargrave.

Both are on track to meet their requirements at Hargrave.

They'll be joined by a number of other Clemson commitments have made plans to visit Tigertown on Saturday.

Wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, who took his official visit to Clemson last weekend, is slated to be back in town on Saturday. While in town last weekend, Robinson reaffirmed his pledge to the Tigers. He, like Tankersley, Lawson and Jadar Johnson, is slated to enroll in January.

Deshaun Watson plans to visit Clemson this weekend. The three-star quarterback commitment is also planning to be in town next weekend for the South Carolina game.

Also due back in town for the second consecutive weekend is Wayne Gallman, a four-star from Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga.

The cast of nearby commitments will watch the game in Death Valley -- Ben Boulware, D.J. Greenlee, Jae'lon Oglesby and Dane Rogers.

Pelion sophomore wide receiver Freddie Phillips and White Knoll junior offensive tackle Christian Taylor plan to make the trek back to Clemson this weekend. The two friends visited for the Ball State game earlier this season and were up last weekend to watch the Maryland game.

Several Dabo Swinney Camp visitors are slated to hit Clemson for the N.C. State game.

Wayne County High School [Jesup, Ga.] juniors Jeremy Patterson and Krenwick Sanders are among the non-committed headliners. Patterson, a defensive tackle, picked up a Clemson offer over the summer. Sanders, a three-star wide receiver, has offers from Georgia, North Carolina, USF and Vanderbilt.

Jake Whitley has visited Clemson once already this season and has plans to be back in town on Saturday. The 6-foot-4, 290-pound guard/center has already watched N.C. State this season. He made a trip up to Raleigh for the South Alabama game.

Byrnes High School sophomores Tavin Richardson and Braylin Collins are scheduled to make a trip to Tigertown. Richardson, who visited Clemson for the Virginia Tech game, has 36 catches for 495 yards and six touchdowns.

Josh Holton, a 2014 outside linebacker from George Walton Academy High School in Monroe, Ga., is set to visit Clemson on Saturday.

A former teammate of Clemson wide receiver Germone Hopper, Cayson Collins has scheduled a trip to Clemson. The 2014 outside linebacker already has an offer from N.C. State.

North Stanley High School [New London, N.C.] freshman running back Antonio Williams visited Clemson earlier this season for the Virginia Tech game. He'll be back on Saturday.

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