Building along the interior

The Clemson offensive line class is already among the best in the country, if not the best, but the Tiger coaching staff is still looking to add to it.

Mitch Hyatt and Jake Fruhmorgen will play tackle when they arrive to Clemson in 2015. Noah Green is projected to split his time between both guard and tackle.

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David Beasley and Kalon Davis are the most experience interior offensive linemen on the Clemson roster. Behind them are -- for the most part -- a lot of young and inexperienced players. After Beasley and Davis, redshirt junior Eric Mac Lain and senior Reid Webster are the most experienced offensive linemen.

Spencer Region, Oliver Jones and Jerome Maybank have played sparingly during their respective careers.

Tyrone Crowder and Maverick Morris are coming off redshirt seasons in 2014. A third freshman set to join the mix this summer is Justin Falcinelli, a three-star signee from Maryland.

They'll be joined by at least one more freshman when the 2015 prospects arrive to campus.

Here are a few names to keep an eye on over the next few months.

Brandon Kennedy, Wetumpka High School - Wetumpka, Ala.
The three-star offensive guard visited Clemson earlier this spring for Junior Day. The trip made a lasting impression and the Tigers have since reciprocated the interest with an offer. Kennedy also has offers from Georgia Tech, Louisville, Missouri and Tennessee, among others.

This summer, Kennedy will camp at Alabama. If the Crimson Tide come through with an offer, he'll likely be Tuscaloosa bound. However, Clemson will firmly be in the mix if no offer is made by Alabama.

Josh Wariboko, Casady School - Oklahoma City, Okla.
Once committed to Oklahoma, Wariboko recently reopened his recruitment after a 10-month pledge to the Sooners. Despite his location, Clemson has a legitimate shot at the four-star prospect -- Wariboko made the trip to Tigertown last summer for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

Clemson is also expressing interest in his little brother, Max Wariboko, a 2016 safety prospect. The brothers would like to play together at the next level and the younger Wariboko already has offers from Louisville and Tulsa.


Kennedy picked up a Clemson offer a few weeks after visiting for Junior Day.
Quarvez Boulware, Friendship Collegiate Academy - Washington, D.C.
Clemson offered the four-star guard late last month with defensive backs coach Mike Reed made a stop by his school. Boulware has a number of notable offers, including Auburn, Florida State, Miami and UNC. He hopes to make his first visit to Clemson later this summer.

A left tackle at FCA, Boulware is ranked by Scout.com as the No. 13 overall offensive guard in the class of 2015.

Zack Bailey, Summerville High School - Summerville
The top offensive line prospect in the state's 2015 class, Bailey has plenty of options to choose from, including Clemson and South Carolina. Most folks in the industry believe the battle for Bailey's services is a two-team race with South Carolina out in front of Clemson. Bailey recently told CUTigers that he has no leader and that Florida State, Auburn, Oregon and Georgia are also receiving consideration.

He won't make a decision until sometime later this year, either before his senior season or sometime afterwards. A three-star offensive tackle, according to Scout.com, Bailey is being recruited to Clemson as a left guard.

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