Movement at wide receiver

At one time, the 2013 Clemson signing class had three wide receiver commitments. Now, the Tigers are down to just a single wide receiver pledge.

Mike Williams stands alone.

Two former classmates will now be playing their football in the SEC East.

The Demarcus Robinson saga has been ongoing for weeks now. So it didn't shock anyone when he announced today that he would enroll at Florida later this week.

Monday's developments with Ryan Jenkins may come as a bit of a surprise. The longtime commitment is the younger brother of Clemson cornerback Martin Jenkins and there never appeared to be any doubt that he would looks elsewhere.

That changed when Jenkins was offered by newly hired Tennessee head coach Butch Jones. The writing was on the wall.

Upon receiving the offer, the youngest Jenkins chose not to publicly reveal whether he would or would not visit Knoxville, out of respect to the Clemson coaching staff.

The Vols are also down three wide receivers -- Justin Hunter, Cordarrelle Patterson and Da'Rick Rogers -- all of whom will be playing on Sundays.

Plus, the Jenkins' father, Lee, played at Tennessee.

With a little over a month before signing day, there are options.

Clemson is expected to host Marquez North for an official visit this weekend. Along with the Tigers, North is also considering Tennessee and North Carolina.

Another name to keep an eye on is James Clark, a four-star from Florida who has scheduled an official to Clemson for the weekend of Jan. 18. He is down to a top four of Florida, Northwestern, Nebraska and Clemson.

Stay tuned.

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