One game can have a big impact on potential recruits, and next weekend has the potential to turn some heads.
With Florida State sitting at No. 13 in the rankings, a win in Tallahassee on Oct. 29 could sway a couple of big-time Florida natives deciding between their home state and Clemson.
As we inch closer to Saturday, which recruits might we see playing in the big game next year?
Cornerback A.J. Terrell was back, playing on both sides of the ball, helping Westlake (Ga.) pick up a 24-14 win over Newnan. Terrell ran a 35-yard score in while playing quarterback. He continues to show how versatile his 6-foot-2, 180-pound frame can be, regularly contributing on both offense and defense.
No matter what position you put Tee Higgins at, he seems to always find a way to get into the end zone. He intercepted a pass and returned it 89 yards for six points for Oak Ridge (Tenn.) in a 24-21 loss. Week after week Higgins puts up numbers and at this point Clemson fans have to be excited to see what he can do on the field next year.
Baylon Spector concludes the list of two-way players this week, and he propelled Calhoun (Ga.) to a big 34-0 win on Friday Night. He’s set to play linebacker at Clemson but starts on both sides of the ball for his high school. He ran for 133 yards and three touchdowns while adding a touchdown catch to his stat line against Sonoraville. Spector is just one of the many athletes arriving at Death Valley next season, providing Clemson fans with hope for the future.