To go along with his Clemson offer, Florida, Georgia Tech, UNC, N.C. State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, South Carolina, Virginia Tech and West Virginia have offered the 6-foot-2, 212-pound prospect.
Allen Artis, a 2014 safety from Wheeler High School in Marietta, Ga., recently added an offer from Clemson. A Wake Forest legacy, Artis will be making his first trip to Tigertown this Saturday.
In addition to Clemson, Auburn, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Michigan, UNC, Tennessee and Wake Forest have offered.
One of the top rising prospects in the class of 2014 is Pine Forest [Fayetteville, N.C.] defensive tackle Lamont Gaillard. He's recently picked up offers from Alabama and Florida State. In addition to those, East Carolina, N.C. State and South Carolina have come through, too.
2014 CB C.J. Reavis
Among the other junior visitors due on campus are South Pointe defensive tackle Zeek Rodney and Berry Academy [Charlotte] linebacker Cayson Collins.
From Stephenson High School [Stone Mountain, Ga.], 2014 defensive back Cameron Glenn and 2014 tight end Ari Werts are due on campus. Glenn holds offers from UConn, Indiana and Missouri. UConn has offered Werts.
Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School sent Jadar Johnson to Clemson as an early enrollee in January. The Tigers are now after 2015 defensive end Albert Huggins, who's been offered by Clemson, Florida, Florida State and South Carolina.
Another O-W prospect, offensive tackle Messiah Rice, will be in for Junior Day, too. Rice is a 6-foot-6, 260-pound junior.
Huggins won't be the only instate sophomore defensive end with a Clemson offer on campus. Bluffton's Shameik Blackshear will be joined by 2014 defensive tackle K.J Ford.
Clemson, Florida, UNC and South Carolina have offered Blackshear.
A number of other notable sophomores will visit this weekend. North Stanly [New London, N.C.] running back Antonio Williams, Byrnes wide receiver Tavin Richardson and Alpharetta [Ga.] defensive end Andrew Butcher.
Williams has picked up early offers from Clemson, Georgia, UNC, N.C. State and South Carolina.
Tennessee, Utah and West Virginia have offered Butcher, whose father, Brian, played on the 1981 National Championship team at Clemson.
Richardson recently picked up a Maryland offer.
Conway's Bryan Edwards, a 2016 wide receiver, has offers from both instate schools. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound prospect finished with 17 catches for 500 yards with nine touchdowns as a freshman.