Three touches, 100 yards, 2 TDs for Jayron Kearse in South Fort Myers' loss

Clemson will play host to three players for official visits this weekend, plus No. 1 DT Montravius Adams back on campus

South Fort Myers (Fla.) wide receiver and Clemson commit Jayron Kearse (Pic per Naples Daily News/Jason Easterly)

South Fort Myers (Fla.) wide receiver and Clemson commit Jayron Kearse (Pic per Naples Daily News/Jason Easterly)

Jayron Kearse did his part, but South Fort Myers (Fla.) High came up short in its regular-season finale against Ida Baker High last weekend.

The 15-14 loss cost the Wolf Pack an undefeated regular season, but not a first-round bye in the Florida High School playoffs, which begin tonight for most teams.

The 2013 Clemson commitment scored on a 59-yard wildcat touchdown run on his first touch of last week's game, and then went over the 100-yard mark with a 43-yard the next time he touched the ball. He finished off South Fort Myers' second TD drive with a five-yard run.

Meanwhile, 2014 Clemson commitment Jae'lon Oglesby of Daniel High (Central, S.C.) went over the 2,000 yard mark for the season when he rushed for 159 yards, averaged 10 yards per carry, and scored four touchdowns in the Lions' 45-21 victory over Broome. He scored on runs of 3, 5, 28 and 59 yards.

Oglesby and teammate D.J. Greenlee, a 2013 Clemson commitment, will be back in action tonight when Daniel (9-2) plays host to Blue Ridge.

Demarcus Robinson had four catches for 55 yards and a touchdown punt return in Peach County (Ga.) High's 26-17 loss to Carver last weekend.

Mike Williams hauled in three passes, including a 65-yard touchdown, in Lake Marion (S.C.) High's 43-6 win over Garrett.

Cannon Smith caught a 49-yard touchdown pass in Hammond Academy's (Columbia, S.C.) 38-6 victory over Heathwood Hall.

Deshaun Watson passed for 258 yards and three scores in Gainesville (Ga.) High's 46-41 loss to Loganville. Through nine games, Watson has thrown for nearly 2,400 yards and 32 touchdowns. Gainesville will play for its region title tonight against Flowery Branch. Both teams will host first-round playoff games next weekend.

Dorian O'Daniel, a 2013 Clemson commitment and one of the nation's top-rated linebackers will be back in action tonight when Good Counsel (Md.) High takes on St. Johns College High for a spot in its conference championship game next week.

Homecoming will be another big weekend for the Clemson coaching staff on the recruiting front.

The Tigers will get official visits from Robinson, who made an official visit to Notre Dame last week, and from Orangeburg-Wilkinson (S.C.) defensive back Jadar Johnson, who plans to enroll at Clemson in January.

Clemson will also get an official visit from highly-rated defensive back Mackensie Alexander from Immokalee, Fla. He is ranked among the top 10 cornerback prospects in the nation.

Also visiting for homecoming will be the nation's No. 1 defensive tackle prospect, Montravius Adams from Vienna, Ga. Adams will be accompanied by his mother. He spent three days at Clemson last summer, and has had the Tigers in his lead group since getting his first offer from Clemson two years ago.

Also back at Death Valley will be the state of South Carolina's top 2013 prospect in running back/receiver Tramel Terry of Goose Creek. He remains committed to Georgia, where he visited last weekend.

Clemson also expects visits from Easley, S.C. running back/defensive back C.J. Fuller and Saluda, S.C. defensive tackle Dexter Wideman, both uncommitted 2014 prospects with Clemson offers, as well as 2013 commitments Wayne Gallman, Ben Boulware and Ryan Jenkins.

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TigerShore12 writes:

Come on your magic with Adams. Glad his mom will be there with him. No need for another recruiting mess all b/c the mom didn't come.

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