Greenwood cornerback Kaleb Chalmers has been to Clemson a number of times over the last 365 days. It was just a day before last year's Orange and White spring game when Clemson offered. Among his other offers: South Carolina, UNC, Stanford and Tennessee -- Clemson looks like the team to beat for the No. 56 ranked cornerback in the country.
Chalmers won't be the only class of 2015 cornerback with a Clemson offer in town. Javaris Davis [Jacksonville-Edward H. White] is classified on Scout.com as a running back. Late month, Clemson offered him as a cornerback. Davis has a long list of offers, which includes Arkansas, Michigan State, Nebraska, UNC and Wisconsin.
Maurice Smitherman will be back, too. A four-star, the No. 36 ranked cornerback is going to make his first trip to Clemson since The Citadel game. A junior at Minor High School in Adamsville, Ala., Smitherman recently listed a top five of Florida State, Georgia, Clemson, Mississippi State and Florida.
Juval Mollette visited Clemson for the March Junior Day. He'll be back on Saturday. The 6-foot-4, 185-pound wide receiver picked up his offer from the Tigers last fall after he watched them win at N.C. State. The Randleman, N.C. three-star is ranked by Scout.com as the No. 54 wide receiver in the class of 2015. Clemson and UNC remain the co-leaders. Michigan, Virginia Tech and Ohio State are also in the mix.
Lewis is expected to visit this weekend with Parks.
Gage Cervenka picked up his Clemson offer while visiting last week for practice. The Emerald High School junior will return this weekend. A lifelong Clemson fan, it appears to be a matter of when, not if Cervenka will commit to Clemson. This might be the weekend that he goes ahead and pulls the trigger.
Pass rushing defensive ends are a must-get for Clemson in 2015 and there's one at a high school that's provided Clemson with those types of players in past recruiting cycles. Bamberg-Ehrhardt junior LaSamuel Davis will return to Tigertown this weekend. Scout.com lists him as a three-star prospect.
Venzell Boulware arrived to Clemson for the February Junior Day with no offers. The Tigers' coaches didn't let him leave without offer No. 1. Since then, he's added Alabama, Auburn, Florida, UNC, Ohio State, Penn State, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Clemson is the team to beat for the three-star offensive tackle from Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga.
Several other prospects will be in town, including 2016 offensive tackle Chris Barnes, Kentucky commitment Montrell Custis, a 2015 cornerback and 2015 linebacker Tyler Cooksey.
A majority of the commitments in the class of 2015 are expected to attend:
CUTigers has also confirmed most of the 2014 signing class as visitors this weekend.