Future 5-Star Planning Return Trip to Clemson

A.J. Harmon has been a frequent visitor to Death Valley this fall and he will make a return visit on Saturday. Who will be coming with the top junior prospect and where does he stand with his commitment plans? CUTigers.com has all the details in this recruiting update.

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6-4, 305 pound offensive line prospect A.J. Harmon, the No. 1 player in Georgia for the class of 2008, will be traveling back to Death Valley on Saturday for another unofficial visit.

"Yeah I am going," Harmon told CUTigers.com earlier this week. "Hopefully I will go up with my parents. If not I will just go by myself and bring Lamar Brown. Hopefully both of my parents will be able to come."

The Tigers are also looking at Brown, but are waiting on an offer. "They want to wait and see him at camp first," said Harmon.

The future 5-star prospect has been waiting for his parents to visit Clemson before he pulls the trigger on a verbal commitment.

"If they get to come it will probably be some time next week, but there is no telling," he said. "It all depends on how they feel."

When asked if the Tigers still lead, Harmon responded, "They are still the leader. Nobody is going to come and knock them out of the way."

The Georgia standout has been keeping in touch with the Clemson coaching staff.

"I call them every once in a while. They just tell me how things are going up there."

Unfortunately, Harmon's junior year came to a close last weekend, but he's already back working on other aspects of his game on the hardwood.

"We got put out Friday. We had a couple of bad calls go against us. I am playing basketball now. I just need to work on my footwork," he added.

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