On Monday, Chad Morris and Jeff Scott teamed up to see Florida State quarterback pledge DeAndre Johnson, a sophomore at First Coast High School in Jacksonville, Fla.
Johnson camped at Clemson last summer before pulling the trigger and jumping on board with the Seminoles' 2015 class. Despite his commitment to Florida State, Johnson continues to consider his other options. Clemson, Ohio State, Tennessee and Auburn are among the schools that have offered.
Morris and Scott were also by East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs on Monday to see four-star wide receiver Artavis Scott and stud athlete George Campbell.
Scott, a 2014 prospect, has over 30 offers. He and Campbell, a 2015 wide receiver/safety, visited Clemson earlier this year for the first Junior Day of the spring.
Marion Hobby made the rounds in Alabama. Among the prospects he saw was three-star defensive end Cory Thomas, a junior at McAdory High School in McCalla. Clemson recently offered Thomas, who lists Mississippi State has his leader.
Several Clemson offers were sent out on Monday.
Jalen Dalton, a 2015 defensive end from West Forsyth High School in Clemmons, N.C. picked up an offer from the Tigers.
When Mike Reed went by Woodward Academy in College Park, Ga., he dropped off a pair of offers. One to three-star junior wide receiver Terry Googer and the other to 2015 safety Arrington Farrar.
Morris and Scott were together again on Tuesday to see Thomas County Central High School [Thomasville, Ga.] junior running back Adam Choice. A three-star prospect, Choice picked up his offer from Clemson in April during a trip to Tigertown for the Orange and White spring game.
The coaching duo also stopped by Wakulla High School in Crawfordville, Fla. to offer freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks. Another freshman at Wakulla with a Clemson offer is wide receiver Keith Gavin.
Scott then went east to Jacksonville, home of Trinity Christian Academy sophomore running back/linebacker Jeffery Holland, who owns a Clemson offer.
Clemson sent out a few other offers on Tuesday.
Providence High School [Jacksonville] four-star junior offensive tackle David Sharpe added a Clemson offer to his already impressive list, which includes Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Nebraska, Ohio State and Tennessee, among others.
Clemson also offered a pair of 2015 wide receivers -- Stephenson High School's [Stone Mountain, Ga.] Dexter Neal and Pasco High School's [Dade City, Fla.] Nate Craig.
Two other Atlanta-area sophomores added Clemson offers last week. Offensive lineman Chuma Edoga and running back Taj Griffin, both of McEachern High School in Powder Springs.
Last week, Clemson also offered 2015 offensive tackle Martez Ivey of Apopka High School in Florida.
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