Many of the top prospects in the Southeast will gather at Northview High School in Johns Creek, Ga., today to compete in the prestigious Under Armour All-America Camp.
Many of Clemson’s targets are expected to participate in the invite-only event, when they will have the opportunity to hone their on-field skills and attempt to earn a bid to the Under Armour All-America Game (if they have not already been invited).
A handful of headlining prospects as it relates to Clemson will be in action.
Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County four-star Trey Hill, the nation’s No. 2 offensive guard, is slated to compete. He visited Clemson for its junior day in January, as did Norcross (Ga.) Greater Atlanta Christian four-star cornerback Kyler McMichael who will also be there.
Butler (Ga.) Taylor County four-star running back Lyn-J Dixon, who visited Clemson on Friday, and Covington (Ga.) Newton four-star defensive tackle Darnell Jefferies, who visited Clemson thrice in March, will be on hand.
Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor School four-star safety target Brendon Harris and Atlanta (Ga.) Westlake four-star cornerback target Myles Sims are among the attendees.
Several other prospects in the 2018 class that have offers from Clemson are listed on the roster: Stockbridge (Ga.) four-star defensive end Brenton Cox, McDonough (Ga.) Eagles Landing Christian four-star corner Tre Douglas, Jackson (Tenn.) Northside four-star defensive lineman Greg Emerson, Montgomery (Ala.) Park Crossing four-star offensive lineman Tank Jenkins, Birmingham (Ala.) Jackson-Olin four-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller, Stockbridge (Ga.) Woodland four-star offensive lineman James Ohonba and Gaffney (S.C.) three-star wide receiver Dennis Smith.
There is a list of 2019 prospects worth noting in regards to Clemson, as well.
That includes Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley quarterback Bo Nix, the son of former Auburn quarterback Patrick Nix, who visited Clemson on Monday and picked up an offer from the Tigers.
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas linebacker Anthony Solomon, a top prospect in his class that Clemson offered last year, will be present. Other top prospects that Clemson is showing interest in and are expected to participate are Bowling Green (Ky.) South Warren defensive tackle Jacob Lacey, Loganville (Ga.) Grayson linebacker Owen Pappoe, Anderson (S.C.) T.L. Hanna defensive end Zacch Pickens, Trussville (Ala.) Hewitt-Trussville offensive lineman Pierce Quick and Thomaston (Ga.) Upson Lee defensive end Travon Walker.
Pappoe, Pickens and Walker hold offers from Clemson. Lacey and Quick visited for Clemson’s junior day in March, while Pickens visited again this week.
A number of members of the touted “True 19” group of prospects from the greater Atlanta area that visited Clemson for the March junior day are on the roster, too: Loganville (Ga.) Grayson offensive lineman Wanya Morris, Powder Springs (Ga.) Hillgrove safety Jaylen McCollough, Lagrange (Ga.) Troup County linebacker King Mwikuta, Loganville (Ga.) Grayson athlete Ronald Thompkins, Lilburn (Ga.) Parkview athlete Malik Washington and Loganville (Ga.) Grayson safety Kenyatta Watson.
Hogansville (Ga.) Callaway 2020 wide receiver Michael Robertson, who has an offer from Clemson, is listed on the roster as well.
The Clemson Insider will be at the camp, so stay tuned for news and updates on Clemson recruits throughout the day.