Several prospects have confirmed to CUTigers that they'll be in town this week, but the biggest stars won't arrive until Session Two.
Among the headliners for Session One is 2015 jumbo athlete George Brown, an offensive tackle/defensive end from Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati who is set to be on campus Thursday. Several big-time programs have offered, including the Florida schools, Louisville, South Carolina and West Virginia.
Like Brown, Boiling Springs rising junior Noah Green has an offer from Clemson. East Carolina, South Carolina and Vanderbilt have also offered. And, like Brown, Green is visiting Thursday.
Another offensive lineman with a Clemson offer who will visit Thursday is Mason Veal. The Ardrey Kell High School [Charlotte] rising junior also has an offer from South Carolina.
The annual contingent of Carver High School [Columbus, Ga.] prospects is visiting on Wednesday. The group is led by 2015 defensive end Mekhi Brown, an Alabama commitment.
Scheduled to join Brown are Jawon Pass and Khane Pass. Khane is a 2015 safety with an offer from Clemson. Jawon, a 2016 quarterback, is 6-4, 190.
Another quarterback due on campus is 2015 prospect Tyler Queen, who will make the trip up from North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga. So far, his offers include UNC, Middle Tennessee and Buffalo.
Three-star middle linebacker Kendall Joseph will visit Clemson between the camp sessions. The Belton-Honea Path rising senior plans to visit Clemson on Saturday. He will commit to Clemson, Duke or Louisville later this month.
Adam Choice committed to Clemson in May.
Session TwoMost, if not all of Clemson's class of 2014 commitments will be in town next week. Deshaun Watson, Demarre Kitt, C.J. Fuller, Adam Choice, Milan Richard and Taylor Hearn will be in town.
Several potential teammates are slated to be on campus that week, too.
A trio of 2014 four-star wide receivers Artavis Scott, Trevion Thompson and Trey Quinn will visit.
Scott, the No. 19 wide receiver in the country, could be joined by East Lake High School [Tarpon Springs, Fla.] teammate George Campbell, a 2016 athlete who owns an offer from Clemson. Three-star cornerback Mike Johnson, Scott's cousin, will also visit.
Thompson, the No. 4 wide receiver in the country, will be accompanied by Hillside High School [Durham, N.C.] running back Donte Williams.
Quinn, the No. 32 wide receiver in the country, is making his second visit to Clemson from Barbe High School [Lake Charles, La.]. His first trip was in April for the Orange and White spring game.
Three-star wide receiver Trevon Lee of Cardinal Gibbons High School in Ft. Lauderdale is also scheduled to be on campus.
Another set of 2014 teammates are planning to be in town -- Rick Leoanrd and Justin Falcinelli. The Middletown, Md. prospects have each visited Clemson. Falcinelli is a three-star guard. Leonard is a three-star tight end that Clemson likes as a defensive end.
At least two other rising senior defensive linemen will visit for the second session.
Four-star end Jalyn Holmes will be down from Lake Taylor, Va. He recently named Clemson in his final three with Florida State and Ohio State.
Cory Thomas, a three-star tackle from McAdory High School in McCalla, Ala., picked up a Clemson offer earlier this spring. Mississippi State continues to lead.
Two offered class of 2015 quarterbacks, Anthony Ratliff and Chason Virgil, are visiting. Clemson gave Ratliff [Butler High School in Matthews, N.C.] his first offer earlier this spring. Virgil [West Mesquite High School in Texas] was offered by Clemson in January.
Jalyn Holmes visited Clemson last summer for Dabo Camp.
Two top instate defensive linemen are visiting -- rising junior Albert Huggins of Orangeburg-Wilkinson and rising sophomore Nyles Pinckney of Whale Branch in Seabrook.
Rising sophomore running back Antonio Williams plans to visit on Thursday from North Stanly High School in New London, N.C.
Other non-offered prospects who will visit are Adonis Thomas and Andrew Butcher.
Stay tuned to CUTigers.com for more news on the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.