3 More Visits Set Up To Clemson

We've got the latest on the most recent athletes who will come to Clemson in January for an official visit. One of them is OL Matt McClernan- a stud offensive tackle from the state of Georgia.

Three more official visits have now been confirmed to Clemson as of late Tuesday evening.

Joining the list is RB Reggie Merriweather from North Augusta High School. Merriweather will be in Tiger Town on January 11. He will also visit the Florida Gators the following weekend. Merriweather finished with almost 2,500 yards rushing and 30 touchdowns this season, leading the state in both categories.

Merriweather, a shrine bowl participant, still lists Clemson as his favorite.

Offensive lineman Matt McClernan (6-6,260,5.03), of Morcross, GA has also decided to make an official visit to Clemson. Matt has already visited Northwestern and will visit North Carolina, Stanford, and Clemson.

"My Northwestern visit was great." Matt McClernan said. "The one thing that really stood out to me was how close the team was. I heard the players were tight and I had a chance to see that for myself."

McClernan will visit make three more visits in January before making his decision.

"I'm going to North Carolina (1-11), Stanford (1-18) and Clemson (1-25)."

With McClernan's size, he will have the ability to tip the scales at over 300 lbs after he redshirts his freshman year. He switched over to offensive tackle after orginally starting his high school career as a tight-end. Matt is also an extremely smart kid, with a 3.8 GPA and almost a 1200 on his SAT.

Linebacker Donnell Clark (6-2, 250), of Griffin, GA will also visit Clemson on January 11. He will visit Georgia on January 4th and Minnesota on January 18th. Auburn, South Carolina, and Georgia Southern have also offered Clark, but he'll stick with the visits he's already lined up.

Clark is a fast-moving (4.65 40), hard-hitting inside linebacker who registered 88 tackles and 5 sacks last season.

For a complete list of 40 confirmed official visits, click here.

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