Junior Day No. 3 preview

Coinciding with the annual Orange and White spring game, the Clemson football coaches will host the third and final Junior Day of the spring this Saturday.

A number of conflicts will prevent Clemson from maximizing its visitor list on Saturday. Baseball games and track meets, to proms and senior class trips, plus the ACT test date and NFTC in Atlanta, there is plenty going on this weekend.

However, there will still be several quality prospects in town for the Junior Day and that afternoon's game.

Among the headlining guest are Trey Quinn, C.J. Fuller and Kendall Baker.

Quinn, a four-star wide receiver from Louisiana, has several big-time offers, including Auburn, LSU, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Notre Dame and the big boys in Texas. Saturday will be his first visit to Clemson. A decision is expected to be made in June.

Fuller's been a frequent visitor to Clemson from nearby Easley. A three-star defensive back, according to Scout.com, Fuller would prefer to play running back in college. And Clemson is telling him that he could do that for the Orange and White.

With the decommitment of Dalvin Cook, might Fuller decide to pull the trigger this weekend?

Clemson recently offered Baker as a defensive tackle. A four-star guard, according to Scout, Baker recently named as his leader.

A number of top 2015 prospects will also be in town, including Kelly Bryant, Tanner Muse, Noah Green and Andrew Butcher.

Bryant, a quarterback at Abbeville High School, would likely play wide receiver at Clemson. With offers from both instate schools, Bryant is garnering interest from others, including Auburn, Georgia and Georgia Tech.

Clemson jumped in with an offer to Muse earlier this week. The big safety, who could grow into a linebacker, has offers from UNC and N.C. State. He'll be making his second trip to Clemson from South Point High School in Belmont, N.C.

An offensive tackle, Muse visited Clemson earlier this spring. The Boiling Springs sophomore has yet to pick up any offers.

Butcher, who's dad played at Clemson in the 80s, is a defensive end prospect from Alpharetta, Ga. Tennessee, Utah and West Virginia have offered.

Could C.J. Fuller be the next addition to Clemson's class of 2014?
Bryan Edwards and Antonio Williams, two of the southeast's top class of 2016 prospects, visited Clemson earlier this spring. They'll be back in town on Saturday.

Edwards, a wide receiver from Conway, holds a Clemson offer. So does Williams, a running back from New London, N.C.

All four of the class of 2014 commitments are on the visitor list -- quarterback Deshaun Watson, running back Jae'lon Oglesby, tight end Cannon Smith and offensive tackle Taylor Hearn.

Many of Clemson class of 2013 signees have planned to be in attendance.

Walk-on wide receiver Adrien Dunn will make the short trip over to the Clemson campus. So will teammate D.J. Greenlee, who will play linebacker when he gets to Clemson.

Four-star running backs Tyshon Dye and Wayne Gallman will be up from Georgia.

Also up from Georgia is wide receiver Kyrin Priester, who's been in Clemson since Wednesday, because he's on spring break.

Another wide receiver signee, four-star Mike Williams has made plans to visit on Saturday.

Both Dane Rogers and Cordrea Tankersley are expected to be in town, too.

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