Bowden, Tigers Making Move with 4-Star WR?

The Clemson Tigers would like to add one more playmaker at wide receiver to this year's recruiting class. Head coach Tommy Bowden spoke with one of the top prospects on the board Monday night during the BCS Championship game. has the latest in this recruiting update.

WR Dwight Jones Profile

Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden spoke with Shrine Bowl standout wide receiver Dwight Jones during the BCS Championship game Monday night.

"He just told me they really needed a receiver that could make plays every time they touch the ball," Jones told of the conversation. "He said they really need a playmaker that can go up and get the ball."

The 4-star receiver plans to take three official visits starting this weekend.

"I will be going to Tennessee this weekend. I am going to Clemson on January 19th and North Carolina on the 26th. Those will be my visits.

"I just want to see what the coaches are like. I want to see what the atmosphere is like. I want to see if me and my parents like it."

The talented receiver will select from those three schools later this month.

"I am down to those three. I am going to visit all three and then make my decision," he said.

When asked how firm his commitment is to North Carolina, Jones responded, "It is kind of in the middle. I am still committed though. The other schools have a shot though. "I have talked with the new receivers coach. I like him a lot. He coached in the NFL. I like that all of the staff has coached in the NFL." What would it take for Clemson or Tennessee to overtake North Carolina?

"I really just need to see how my parents and I like the coaches and the atmosphere. I just want to see which visit I enjoy the most," replied Jones. Top Stories