Clemson to host second All In Cookout

Clemson to host second All In Cookout

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Clemson to host second All In Cookout

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Friday Clemson will host the second annual All In Cookout.  Many of the current verbal commits along with several other top prospects will visit campus where they will get to experience Clemson’s family atmosphere.

Last year’s All In Cookout was a huge success.  This year’s cookout with include two of the top ten players in the nation for 2015.

A list of the prospects expected to attend this year’s event are:

(2015 commit) JD Davis – LB – Daniel

(2015 commit) Judah Davis – LB – Daniel

(Commit) CJ Fuller – RB – Easley

(Commit) Taylor Hearn – OL – Williston

(Commit) Kendall Joseph – ILB – Belton Honea Path

(Commit) Demarre Kitt – WR – Sandy Creek

(Commit) Jae’lon Oglesby – RB – Daniel

(Commit) Milan Richard – TE – Calvary Day

(Commit) Korie Rogers – LB – Buford

(Commit) Artavis Scott – WR – East Lake

(Commit) Alex Spence – K – West Florence

(Commit) Deshaun Watson – QB – Gainesville

(2015) Michael Barnett – DE – Woodland

(2015) George Campbell – WR – East Lake

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(2015) Kaleb Chalmers – CB – Greenwood

(2015) Noah Green – OT – Boiling Springs

(2015) Taj Griffin – RB – McEachern

(2015) Mitch Hyatt – OL – North Gwinnett

(2015) Lorenzo Nunez – WR – Harrison

(2014) Jabril Robinson – DT – North Brunswick

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