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Syracuse game visitor preview

Malik Herring

A trio of standout defensive ends highlight Clemson’s visitor list for the game against Syracuse at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow.

Here is a rundown of the prospects The Clemson Insider has confirmed are planning to attend:

The headliner is Forsyth (Ga.) Mary Persons four-star defensive end Malik Herring. Herring, long a priority target for Marion Hobby, will make his first trip to Clemson since the Dabo Swinney Camp in June.

Anderson (S.C.) T.L. Hanna four-star 2018 defensive end Stephon Wynn will be back on campus for the third time this season. The 6-foot-4, 250-pounder also attended the Troy and Louisville games.

Stockbridge (Ga.) three-star 2018 defensive end Brenton Cox will visit tomorrow a little more than a week after receiving an offer from Clemson last Friday. Cox has also collected offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, Louisville, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, Southern Cal, Tennessee and Virginia Tech among others.

Cox will be accompanied by teammate and three-star Stockbridge athlete Marquez Ezzard, who has offers from Auburn, Kentucky, Mississippi State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Another prospect who recently received an offer from Clemson and will visit tomorrow is Blythewood (S.C.) four-star 2018 athlete Jordyn Adams. Last Tuesday, Adams added Clemson to his other offers from East Carolina, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Ole Miss, SMU, South Carolina and Southern Miss. A two-sport athlete who has a couple of offers to play baseball, as well, Adams attended Clemson’s game against Florida State last year as a baseball visitor, but this will be his first time visiting as a football recruit.

Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson 2018 offensive guard Jalil Irvin is slated to be present. Irvin does not have an offer from Clemson, but on Oct. 12, Irvin included Clemson in his list of top 12 schools that he released on Twitter. Irvin holds offers from Auburn, Georgia, Michigan, Tennessee and Virginia Tech among others. The 6-foot-4, 270-pounder de-committed from Michigan in late August.

Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley 2018 linebacker Channing Tindall will be on hand. Tindall picked up his first Division I offer from South Carolina a few weeks ago.

Fayetteville (N.C.) Trinity Christian 2019 defensive lineman Zovon Lindsay will return to Clemson after visiting for the Louisville game. Lindsay competed at the Dabo Swinney Camp in June and is garnering early interest from Clemson and N.C. State.

Another name of note who will be at Clemson tomorrow is Augusta (Ga.) Evans 2018 linebacker Coby Germany. Germany performed well at the Dabo Swinney Camp in June and is hearing from Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville and Purdue.

Stayed tuned to TCI as we will have much more recruiting coverage from the game tomorrow.

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