Week 5 evaluation period rewind

The Clemson coaches were out on the road again this past week to see some of the top prospects in the country.

On Monday, Jeff Scott made the short trip up to Boiling Springs High School to see 2015 offensive tackle Noah Green compete in the Bulldogs' spring game.

Dan Brooks went down to Wayne County High School in Jesup, Ga. to check in on rising senior defensive tackle Jeremy Patterson. But, when Brooks got to the school, Patterson wasn't there. He was at home sick.

On Tuesday, Robbie Caldwell made a couple of stops in North Carolina. One of those was to Leesville Road High School in Raleigh to check on Braxton Berrios, a three-star wide receiver with a Clemson offer.

Caldwell also went by Wake Forest-Rolesville High School to see 2015 running back Bryce Love. Love, who already had offers from the instate school, has also picked up offers from Arkansas and Tennessee.

Marion Hobby saw Chris Register a week before Robbie Caldwell.
A day later, Caldwell was by Dudley High School in Greensboro to see Chris Register, a four-star linebacker prospect. On Sunday, the No. 11 ranked outside linebacker in the country told CUTigers that Clemson is his leader ahead of Florida State. He plans to announce a decision in mid-June.

Marion Hobby, who saw Register the week before, was back in North Carolina last week to see Lorenzo Featherston, a three-star defensive end from Page High School in Greensboro.

On Thursday, Brooks was up in North Carolina to see Tanner Muse, a 2015 outside linebacker/safety from South Point High School in Belmont. Clemson, Georgia Tech, UNC and N.C. State have offered.

Brooks also went to see four-star defensive tackle Lamont Gaillard and his teammate, defensive end Harold Landry.

Mike Reed went to the Maryland/Virginia area late this week to hand out a couple of offers. One went to Marcus Lewis, a 2015 defensive back from Gonzaga Prep in Washington, D.C.

On Friday, Reed went by Quince Orchard High School in Gaithersburg, Md. and left an offer for Elliott Davis. The 2014 prospect is listed by Scout.com as a wide receiver, but Clemson likes him as a cornerback.

Danny Pearman made one last run through the Charlotte area. One of his stops was by Ardrey Kell High School, home of 2015 offensive tackle Mason Veal. Clemson and South Carolina have offered the 6-foot-6, 265-pound prospect.

Jeff Scott was in Savannah, Ga. to see 2014 tight end commitment Milan Richard. Calvary Baptist Day School had its spring game after school on Friday.

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