Clemson Tigers News: DJ Pickett, David Sanders, Tae Harris

While many 2025 prospects are visiting this weekend, one prominent target came to Clemson this past weekend, and two more major recruits have confirmed plans to visit this spring.

Clemson wide receiver coach and recruiting coordinator Tyler Grisham
Clemson wide receiver coach and recruiting coordinator Tyler Grisham / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK
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Scoreboard

Clemson Women’s Basketball 62, Virginia Tech 74: The Tigers lose their sixth game in a row to the ranked Hokies.

Dayshanette Harris scored 25 points for the second game in a row. She also had six steals.

Amari Robinson had 19 points and 9 rebounds.

Clemson will now host the NC State Wolfpack on Thursday.

Clemson Gymnastics 196.200, Pittsburgh 194.775: The Tigers won their first ACC matchup in Littlejohn Coliseum. Here are the event winners:

Vault: Trinity Brown – 9.900

Bars: Eve Jackson – 9.825

Beam: Kielyn McCright – 9.900

Floor: Brie Clark – 9.925

The Tigers hit the road for the first time this Friday in Chapel Hill against UNC.

Clemson Football hosts a highly-rated 2025 prospect

This morning we ran through the confirmed attendees for Clemson Football's Elite Junior Day on Saturday January 27th. While this is an important event, not every target from the Class of 2025 will be able to attend.

One such name is DJ Pickett. He is a 6'-2" and 170 pound safety prospect from Tampa, Florida. He is a 5-star in the 247Sports Composite, ranked 7th nationally.

Pickett didn't wait for the Elite Junior weekend and instead visited this past weekend. He is being recruited with both sides of the ball in mind, as represented by both Mickey Conn and Tyler Grisham in the photo he posted to X.

This Friday isn't the only junior day for Clemson. They hold another one later in March, and Rock Hill wide receiver Malik Clark has confirmed that he plans to attend.

There are a couple more big names that we know plan to visit this spring, but haven't publicly stated a date yet.

The biggest target is Charlotte's David Sanders, the 2nd ranked prospect nationally in the 247Sports Composite. On3 confirms that he is visiting Clemson this spring.

Luke Winstel with Clemson Sports has reached out to Tae Harris and confirmed that he plans to visit this spring. Harris recently decommitted from Georgia.

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