The star-studded second session

Session two of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp will have a number of highly sought after prospects from the 2014, 2015 and 2016 classes.

Included among this week's campers are several members of the Tigers' 2014 class. Quarterback Deshaun Watson, running back Adam Choice and tight end Milan Richard will be in town all week.

Local running backs C.J. Fuller, Jae'lon Oglesby are also scheduled to be in this week. So are linebacker Korie Rogers, tight end Cannon Smith and offensive tackle Taylor Hearn.

Plenty of other 2014 targets are scheduled to be on campus this week. Three of them are four-star wide receivers -- Artavis Scott, Trevion Thompson and Trey Quinn.

Thompson, the No. 4 wide receiver in the country, will be accompanied by Hillside High School [Durham, N.C.] running back Donte Williams.

Scott, the No. 19 wide receiver in the country, will up from East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs, Fla.

Quinn, the No. 32 wide receiver in the country, is making his second visit to Clemson from Barbe High School [Lake Charles, La.].

Another set of 2014 teammates are planning to be in town -- Ricky Leonard and Justin Falcinelli. The Middletown, Md. prospects are both rated with three stars by

At least two other rising senior defensive linemen will visit for the second session. Four-star end Jalyn Holmes, who recently named a top-three of Clemson, Florida State and Ohio State, will be down from Lake Taylor, Va. with several teammates.

Three-star defensive tackle Cory Thomas [McAdory High School in McCalla, Ala.] also plans to be in town.

Chad Morris offered 2015 quarterback Tyler Queen during last week's camp. Morris will work with a pair of rising junior quarterback that have already been offered by Clemson -- Anthony Ratliff and Chason Virgil.

Clemson offered Ratliff [Butler High School in Matthews, N.C.] earlier this spring. Virgil [West Mesquite High School in Texas] was offered by Clemson in January. His teammate, 2015 wide receiver Akilian Butler, will visit, too. Clemson offered Butler in May.

Shy Tuttle camped at Clemson last summer.
Several others with an offer from Clemson are set to be on campus, including defensive tackle Shy Tuttle and offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt, a pair of 2015 targets that are national-level prospects.

Two of the state's best 2016 prospects are scheduled to visit this week -- wide receiver Bryan Edwards [Conway] and Nyles Pinckney of Whale Branch in Seabrook. Both have been offered by Clemson.

Another rising sophomore, running back Antonio Williams, plans to visit on Thursday from North Stanly High School in New London, N.C.

Scheduled to visit last week, the annual contingent of Carver High School [Columbus, Ga.] prospects pushed its Clemson camp trip back a week. The group, led by 2015 defensive end Mekhi Brown, an Alabama commitment, will be in on Tuesday.

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.

Kiante Walton, Josh Curry and Tarik Quarterman will also visit from Carver.

Other non-offered prospects who will be in town this week are Adonis Thomas, T.J. Harrell and Tajee Fullwood.

Two class of 2015 prospects, linebacker Ricky DeBerry and defensive tackle Albert Huggins are scheduled to visit Clemson on Saturday.

The first practice of the second session of the Dabo Swinney Football Camp begins on Wednesday afternoon. CUTigers will be on hand for workouts on Wednesday afternoon and evening, Thursday morning and afternoon and Friday morning. Top Stories