Elite 11 underclassmen at camp

CLEMSON - Several elite underclassmen were each session of the Clemson for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp earlier this summer. CUTigers brings you the best of the best from those two weeks.


Rising sophomore signal caller Eddie Printz will be a huge name to remember in the coming seasons. He's also currently a Clemson lean. (Roy Philpott)
QB Eddie Printz
A 2013 prospect, Printz enters his sophomore season at Lassiter High School (Ga.) as the starting quarterback. Some believe he'll put up bigger numbers than 2010 Georgia signee Hudson Mason, whom he backed up last season. Printz has a big-time arm. He's also likely to commit, if offered by offensive coordinator Billy Napier.

RB Tyren Jones
A very talented 2013 prospect that started as a freshman at Lassiter High School beside 2010 Georgia QB signee Hutson Mason. Look for Jones and Printz to put up PS3/X-Box 360-type numbers over the next couple of years. Long-time friend/teammate of Printz.

WR Chris Black
Jeff Scott's already gone down to First Coast High School and pulled quite the coup with Tavaris Barnes. Already one of the hottest names in the class, Black's going to have a very impressive list of offers before it's all said and done with him. He's going to be a tough fight against Florida State. Clemson's early involvement should help, though.

WR Jody Fuller
The 2012 prospect picked up an offer before finishing up his one-day session on the first Friday. Not the biggest receiver, but could find himself as an effective pass catcher out of the slot at the next level.

WR Mark Irick
Yet another Calhoun County athlete who's going to attract a lot of attention. The 2012 prospect is a legit deep threat with pretty good speed that does well when he gets out into space.


Clemson will once again be active at Jacksonville's First Coast High School for the 2012 class, including recruiting WR Chris Black. (Scout.com)
OL Oliver Jones
A relative unknown until he was offered by Clemson, Jones is the top in-state offensive line prospect in the 2012 class. He could be considered among the best prospects in the state for his class. May have been the top overall underclassman at the camp. Has the frame to grow into a mammouth tackle and already displays excellent footwork and good technique.

OL Joe Harris
Could be considered one of the top offensive linemen in the class of 2012, Harris said Clemson was his favorite team growing up. Looked strong during his couple of days at Clemson. Could be the first commitment to the 2012 class. Likely projects as an inside player on the line.

DL Shaquille Lawson
Basketball-looking body, Lawson is a long, athletic end that could use more weight on his body in order to excel at the next level. A local product from Daniel High School, Lawson has not received an offer from the hometown team.

DB Daron Blaylock
Currently works as a safety, Blaylock checks in at over 200 pounds right now and he still has two more years of high school to go. Clemson defensive coordinator Kevin Steele likes him as an outside linebacker. Blaylock should continue to grow into that type of body. The twins won't necessarily stay together at the next level, though they would like to.


Long and athletic, Daniel High School's Shaq Lawson will be another upstate South Carolina standout to watch the next two years. (Scout.com)
DB Zack Blaylock
A rangy looking athlete who'll eventually put on more size and look like his twin brother, Daron. The Blaylock's father is former NBA point guard Mookie Blaylock. The twin brothers camped at several schools around the Southeast this June and will likely make a big splash on the recruiting scene later this fall.

DB Jamarcus Moore
The heir apparent at quarterback for 2011 signee Tony McNeal, but don't look for him to play QB at the next level. Went head-to-head against the likes of Charone Peake and held his own on more than one occasion. As we've been told by the Chester staff, think of the 2013 prospect as a C.C. Whitlock-type.

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