South Carolina game visitor preview

Several notable prospects have been on the Clemson campus over the past two weekends. This Saturday will be no different when South Carolina comes to town.

Two of the guests will be making their official visits to Clemson.

Ebenezer Ogundeko will fly down from New York for his first trip to Clemson. He's already visited Arizona State and Florida. Ole Miss and Syracuse will have him on campus next month.

The three-star outside linebacker, who's being recruiting to Clemson as a defensive end, will graduate early from Brooklyn's Jefferson High School.

Clemson's other official visitor is tight end commitment Jordan Leggett. He will also graduate early from high school.

Marquez North and Tyrone Crowder are among the headlining visitors for Saturday.

North, a four-star wide receiver from Mallard Creek [Charlotte, N.C.] lists Clemson among his favorites with Tennessee and North Carolina. Saturday will be North's first visit to Clemson since the January Junior Day.

Crowder's a four-star guard from Richmond [Rockingham, N.C.]. He has Clemson in his lead group with North Carolina and Georgia. The No. 3 guard in the class of 2013 was on campus earlier this season for a game.

Former Clemson cornerback commitment David Kamara will return for a second straight weekend, as will Grayson teammate Ryan Carter.

Former Georgia pledge Demarre Kitt will ride up to Clemson from the Atlanta area. He's visited Tigertown once already this season. The wide receiver counts Clemson, Southern Cal and Ohio State among his favorites.

Talented tight end Jeb Blazevich is set for a return visit to Clemson from Charlotte. Clemson hosted him for a game already this season. The three-star prospect has an older brother who's a student at Clemson.

Christian Miller, son of former South Carolina defensive end Corey Miller, picked up an offer from Clemson earlier this year. The 2014 OLB from Spring Valley has picked up a few other offers, too, including South Carolina, Georgia Tech and North Carolina.

Quarterback commitment Deshaun Watson has visited Clemson a few times already this season, including last week's win over N.C. State.

Trip McNeill, a 2014 offensive tackle from Davie County [N.C.], has picked up several ACC offers. He's waiting for Clemson to join his offer list of Virginia, N.C. State, North Carolina, Duke and Wake Forest.

The No. 16 ranked middle linebacker in the class of 2014 will be in town. Carver High School's [Montgomery, Ala.] Shaun Hamilton counts Clemson as his favorite with Auburn.

Up from Saluda will be Kwamelle Barnes and Dexter Wideman. Wideman was in town for last weekend's game. Both have been on campus several times over the last year.

Also back in town this weekend will be Pelion's 2015 wide receiver prospect Freddie Phillips. He'll be joined by his buddy Christian Taylor, a 2014 offensive tackle from White Knoll who holds an N.C. State offer.

Game day regulars C.J. Fuller and Quaven Ferguson will make the short ride down 123 from Easley. Fuller, a running back/cornerback, picked up a Clemson offer earlier this year. Ferguson, who plays defensive tackle, is still waiting to get his first offer.

Cayson Collins, the 2014 OLB from Berry Academy in Charlotte, visited Clemson last weekend. He plans to be back this weekend.

Other notable, non-committed visitors include: Greg Yranie, Braxton Berrios, Korie Rogers, Tavin Richardson, Shaedon Meadors and Kelly Bryant.

Almost every player who's currently committed to Clemson will be in town: Wayne Gallman, Mike Williams, Jadar Johnson, Maverick Morris, Dane Rogers, Tyshon Dye, Ben Boulware, D.J. Greenlee, Jae'lon Oglesby and Cannon Smith. Top Stories