Pinson Valley (Al.) 2021 cornerback Ga'Quincy McKinstry announced a visit to Clemson on Saturday. He is rated the No. 2 cornerback in the nation, the top prospect in Alabama and a top-30 prospect overall.
McKinstry currently holds offers from Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Mississippi State and Ole Miss.
Clemson’s afternoon tilt with undefeated N.C. State is expected to be one of the biggest games of the weekend and with a big game on tap, the Clemson coaching staff is expecting a 5-star kind of weekend. Full Story >>
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Four-star 2020 defensive tackle Tre Williams (Washington, D.C.) announced he will visit Saturday for the Clemson-NC State game.
Williams picked up a Clemson offer on March 4 and placed the Tigers in a top group with Penn State, Tennessee, Michigan, Virginia Tech, Florida, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Alabama and Georgia in June. He's added offers from Florida State and Wisconsin since.
Williams is teammates with another 2020 Clemson target in 4-star DB Luke Hill.
#187 Overall, #11 OLB, #10 LA
Four-star Clemson linebacker commit and University Lab (La.) prospect Bryton Constantin was presented with his Under Armour All-America Game jersey on Wednesday, along with teammate Jordan Clark.
Constantin and Clark are leading defenders on a 7-0 University Lab team that's ranked No. 14 nationally by USA TODAY. They won a state championship last season.
The Under Armour game is set for Jan. 3 in Orlando's Camping World Stadium at 6 p.m. (ESPN2). Watch the presentation below:
Uhigh's Jordan Clark and Bryton Constantin were presented their Under Armour All-America Game jerseys Wednesday afternoon. Clark, the son of former #LSU and NFL standout Ryan Clark, is a DB committed to Arizona State. Constantin is a LB committed to Clemson. Game Jan 3 on ESPN2. pic.twitter.com/8HSTsQdo7q
Four-star-rated running back Jo'Quavious Marks (Atlanta, Ga.) announced a visit for the Clemson-NC State game on Saturday. He is ranked the No. 103 overall prospect for 2020 by the 247Sports Composite and the No. 11 running back.
Through six games, the Carver High School prospect has rushed for 793 yards - averaging 10.7 yards per carry - with four touchdowns and also has an 80-yard TD catch.
Marks holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Miami, Ohio State, Michigan, South Carolina, Penn State, Texas and more Power 5 programs.