Monday Recruiting Updates

Rodney Kinlaw had another impressive performance Friday night, rushing for 186 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns to help lead Stratford to a 39-14 win over Beaufort. Kinlaw maintains that Clemson and Penn State are two of his top schools. Updates on Kinlaw and many more are contained in this report.

QB Eric McCollum continues to see his stock soar as he led Camden to 35-0 win over Fairfield Central on Friday night. McCollom connected on 9 of 13 passes for 221 yards and two scores, and added another touchdown on the ground. McCollum continues to receive steady mail from Clemson, Penn State, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

RB Rodney Kinlaw had another sensational week as he rushed for 186 yards on 16 carries and scored 3 touchdowns for Stratford High School. Stratford went on to defeat Beaufort 39-14. Kinlaw says that Clemson and Penn State are his current top 2. "Penn State, Virginia Tech, Clemson, Middle Tennessee State, and Wake Forest have all offered and I like them all," said Kinlaw. "I will decide which five I'm going to visit later."

Clemson verbal commitment QB C.J. Gaddis had another strong performance Friday evening for Hoke County High School. Gaddis hit on 4-of-5 passes for 68 yards and ran 9 times for 99 yards to help lead the way for a 21-12 win over Purnell Swett High School. He finished the evening with almost 170 yards of total offense.

S DeAngelo Bryant led Silver Bluff with 110 yards and two touchdowns on only 12 carries to lead the Bulldogs to a 33-20 win over Edisto Friday evening. Byrant has a whole host of schools after him, including Clemson, Georgia, and South Carolina. The Tigers like him as a safety.

RB Demetris Summers the nation's top running back out of Lexington High School, rushed for 271 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns in a loss to Spring Valley. Summers is second in the state in rushing with 41 attempts for 523 yards and 5 touchdowns.

S Maurice Nelson, who was one of several big time recruits in attendance at the Clemson-Louisiana Tech game on Saturday, registered 6 tackles in Crestwood's 13-12 loss to Lancaster. He also had a 44-yard rumble on a fake punt. Nelson continues to favor Clemson over Georgia, N.C. State, and South Carolina.

Crestwood's other Division I-A prospect, FB Demetrius Morant, ran for 148 yards on 25 carries, and also brought in a 13-yard touchdown pass in the loss. Morant has yet to be formally offered by the Tigers but Clemson still remains his top choice.

WR Terrell Allen brought in 4 passes for 60 yards Friday night in Brynes' 28-15 win over Greer High School. Allen continues to favor Clemson over South Carolina.

WR Noah Whiteside has been dominating for Greenville High through the first 2 games of the season. This past Friday, he caught three passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns to help lead the Red Raiders 41-0 victory over Broome. Whiteside is still a strong Gamecock lean even with offers on the table from Clemson and Pittsburgh.

Orangeburg Wilkinson quarterback Russell Hemby completed 8-of-10 passes for 210 yards and 3 touchdowns, to help lead his team to a 28-22 win over Richland Northeast High School. Hemby, brother of Clemson cornerback Ryan Hemby and also one of the top dual threat quarterbacks in South Carolina, likes Maryland, East Carolina, and Vanderbilt. The Tigers cooled off on Hemby this summer, but a big senior season could force a re-evaluation. Top Stories