The No. 4 running back in the nation according to Scout.com, Berry rushed 140 times for 1,033 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior in 2007. He also had five receptions for 30 yards. Berry says he can bench 340-pounds, squat 430 and has a 38-inch vertical jump. Clemson will get a very-important unofficial next month.
Miller, Scout.com's No. 3 running back in the nation, carried the ball 165 times for 1,122 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior. He also had four catches for 65 yards. Earlier this week he told Scout.com, "I'm still considering a bunch of schools. Miami, West Virginia, Florida, Clemson, Tennessee, Florida State, USF, UCF, Rutgers, those are some of them."
McDowell finished his junior year with 1399 yards on 158 attempts and 21 touchdowns rushing with 28 total touchdowns on the year. Has been committed to Clemson since early February and remains strong in his commitment, telling CUTigers.com in a recent interview, "I get chills every time I see Death Valley." Currently ranked No. 53 and a three-star prospect in Scout.com's updated national rankings.
Simon rushed for 1,566 yards on 176 carries and 33 touchdowns on the state championship team. Currently ranked as the No. 73 running back in the nation and a three-star prospect according to Scout.com. Is also planning an unofficial visit to Tigertown later this summer.
As a junior, Smith rushed for 1,278 yards and 12 touchdowns. Currently ranked as the No. 90 running back prospect in the nation according to Scout.com and is a three-star prospect. Clemson has offered here as well as both in-state powers in Alabama and Auburn not to mention a host of other schools.