What once looked like perhaps a lost weekend with a hurricane headed towards South Carolina, could turn out to be a huge recruiting weekend for Clemson football, one which is mainly focused on the Class of 2024.
At last look the Tigers were scheduled to host over 20 members of the 2024 Class, including a pair of 5 star players.
Some of the 2024 athletes scheduled to be on hand as of this writing are:
Mekhai White 3 stat ATH, King George, VA
King Joseph Edwards 4 star TE, Buford, GA (Defensive End)
Alex Taylor 4 star WR, Greensboro, NC
Jonathan Paylor 4 star ATH, Burlington, NC
Blake Franks 3 star OT, Greenville, SC
Kam Pringle 4 star OT, Dorchester, SC
Tavoy Feagin 4 star CB, Tampa, FL
Asaad Brown 4 star CB, Chesapeake, VA
Boo Carter 4 star ATH, Chattanooga, TN (Running Back)
Jake Guarnera 3 star IOL, Ponte Verde Beach, FL
Caleb Odom 4 star TE, Carrolton, GA
Ian Flynt 3 star TE, Katy, TX
Dakari Anderson NR, WR, Perry, GA
Malik Blocton 3 star, DL, Pike Road, Alabama
The two 5 star prospects expected to be on hand are Sammy Brown, 5 star LB, Jefferson, GA and KJ Bolden 5 star ATH, Buford, GA (Safety prospect).
Another running back that plans to visit is 2025 RB Gideon Davidson of Lynchburg, VA.
On the field Clemson football faces the biggest test of the young season as they take on 4-0 North Carolina State in a winner stays undefeated and takes a big advantage in the ACC Atlantic matchup
Of course, anything can change with the weather and with a couple of these players hailing from hard hit Florida and with the storm impacting South Carolina, it remains to be seen how many are actually able to make the trip to Death Valley to see the Tigers and Wolfpack do battle.
That said, as of right now the storm looks to be trending towards the middle to eastern part of the state, but Clemson is still scheduled to see plenty of rain through the weekend and into next week.
On the field the Tigers have the biggest test of the young season ahead of them as they take on 4-0 North Carolina State in a winner stays undefeated and takes a big advantage in the ACC Atlantic matchup.