Clemson Football Recruiting: Tigers are lining up visitors for March and beyond

Just because it is a 'quiet period' on the recruiting calendar doesn't mean Clemson isn't working hard on the Class of 2025.

Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK

The Tigers have their sights set on their second big Junior Day in March and then the official visit weekend at the end of May. It might be a ‘quiet period’ on the recruiting calendar, but there is still plenty going on with college football recruiting.

Clemson has received a Crystal Ball projection on 247Sports for Jaedon Harmon. Harmon is a 4-star in the Composite and is ranked 150th in the nation. He is a linebacker prospect from Rome High School in Georgia.

The CB was placed by Anna Adams, who has been following the Clemson beat and is in the process of expanding her responsibilities for 247. She has given the CB a confidence of 6 out of 10.

Mason Short is an offensive line prospect who attended Clemson’s Elite Retreat for Juniors in January. He was once committed to Alabama but re-opened his recruitment following Nick Saban’s retirement. Short has announced his updated Top 4 and Clemson made the cut.

Defensive line prospect Christian Garrett announced a Top 7 that includes Clemson along with Georgia, Alabama, and others.

Garrett is ranked 118th nationally and is a 4-star in the Composite.

Cornerback prospect Tae Harris will be at Clemson for the Official Visit Weekend at the end of May.

Harris decommitted from Georgia in late January and re-opened his recruitment. He is a 4-star prospect in the 247 Sports Composite and ranked 224th in the nation. He attends Cedartown High School in Georgia.

Athlete Jordan Young will join him.

Young has been listed as a safety prospect in the past but there appear to be several schools considering him for an offensive spot. He is a 4-star prospect from Monroe, North Carolina, and is 58th overall in the Composite.

Lastly, the Tigers aren’t singularly focused on 2025. They are planning to host a sophomore on campus soon as well.

Eken Ogboko is an offensive tackle prospect from South Garner High School in Durham, North Carolina. He is 28th nationally in the Class of 2026. Coach Matt Luke is being aggressive in recruiting his group.