Another BIG Commitment Looming?

After watching the Tigers dismantle Georgia Tech Saturday evening to the tune of 31-7, this future five-star prospect from the Peach State is ready to make a verbal commitment to Clemson. Find out who he is and when he'll be announcing his decision, in this recruiting update!

OL A.J. Harmon Profile

A.J. Harmon, a 6-4, 330 pound offensive line prospect was back at Clemson Saturday night where he watched the Tiger offense run over 13th-ranked Georgia Tech.

"Man it was a game. Them boys on the offensive line went to work on Georgia Tech," Harmon told "I was thinking Tech would give them a fight but they didn't. I had predicted before the game that James Davis would get over 200 yards and that's what he did."

Clemson assistant coach Billy Napier spent time talking with A.J. before the game, as did head coach Tommy Bowden.

"Yeah I talked with coach Napier before the game. He was just asking me when I was planning on committing to Clemson. I told him when I get my parents up there I will be ready. They may come up for the Maryland game," he said. "I also talked with coach Bowden at lunch. He told me Clemson is the place for me."

Why does Harmon like the Tigers so much?

"To be honest they are a team people don't respect," he said. "My high school is just like that. We never get respect from people in the press. We go out and prove it on the field. I also feel real good down there. I like the orange and purple. I liked the all purple last night."

The blue-chip recruit also said he would love to play for coach Spence's offense.

"I would love to play in that offense," he said. "It is especially good for a tackle. I like the way they use the zone blocking."

Harmon said his next trip to Clemson would likely be in two weeks for the Maryland game. In addition, he said he also might go ahead with a verbal commitment to the Tigers at that time.

"I would say it is about 95% right now," said Harmon about committing to Clemson on his next trip.

Harmon is expected to ranked as the No. 1 player in the state of Georgia for the class of 2008 and will likely be a five-star prospect. Top Stories