Nations Top Recruits Descend On Clemson for Spring Game




Clemson, SC 



Clemson holds the 2019 version of the annual Orange & White Spring Game today and with that welcomes dozens of recruits. With some of these being the nations most Elite and coveted players of any position.  Led by headliner DJ Uiagalelei being the one player in the 2020 Class that Clemson has spent the most time and efforts on.  The 5 Star out of Bellfower, CA has an offers list as you can expect that includes a who’s who of Power Five teams. But D.J. has whittled it down to the Ducks in Oregon whom he will visit on 4/20 for their Spring Game and the Tigers of Clemson where he has spent the past five days with his entire family in tow. 


Also in town are Five Stars Bryan Bresee (DT), Fred Davis (CB), Demarckus Bowman (RB), RJ Mickens (DB), and much sought after Antione Sampah (LB). Just to name a few of the Nation’s highest valued targets already confirmed to attend. 


Also on this Spring day the Clemson fanbase is on “Commit Watch” … with not just these top tier players listed potentially throwing their names in the Orange Hat.  Also in attendance will be a host of  talented Four Star players in the 2020 and 2021 classes expected to be on hand. With more than one or two rumors float around that Commitment’s could drop during this weekend’s events on campus.


We are expecting at least one Commit, as we are projecting Texas defensive back RJ Mickens 

to pull the trigger and commit on the visit today.  Stay tuned as we will be reporting from the Game and will have exit interviews with Players like committed 2020 offensive lineman John Williams and 5 star All World Line Backer and high valued Clemson target Antione Sampah.  Both confirmed they will update us here after they leave campus.


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