Dorian O'Daniel helps Good Counsel beat DeMatha, win fourth straight title

Clemson to host Brooklyn, N.Y. defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko for official visit this weekend

Elbert County's Tyshon Dye runs the ball against North Oconee.

Elbert County's Tyshon Dye runs the ball against North Oconee.

With his season done and a championship in hand, Dorian O'Daniel will head south to Clemson this weekend to take in the Tigers' game against South Carolina.

O'Daniel, a linebacker commitment for the Tigers' 2013 recruiting class, just helped Good Counsel High of Olney, Md. win its fourth straight WCAC title - a 26-14 victory over rival DeMatha High of Hyattsville, Md. It was Good Counsel's second victory of the season over DeMatha.

O'Daniel, a two-way performer for Good Counsel, rushed for 117 yards and sealed his team's victory with a late touchdown run. He was one of the top rushers in the Maryland/D.C. area this fall, and earned All-Met honors.

He's one of a large group of 2013 and 2014 commitments who'll be at Death Valley Saturday for the South Carolina game. Also coming this weekend are Jayron Kearse of South Fort Myers, Fla., Jordan Leggett of Navarre, Fla., Dane Rogers of Shelby, N.C., D.J. Greenlee and Jae'lon Oglesby from Central, S.C., Cannon Smith of Columbia, S.C., Ben Boulware of Anderson, S.C., Wayne Gallman of Loganville, Ga., Jadar Johnson of Orangeburg, S.C., Cordrea Tankersley and Shaq Lawson from Hargrave Military, Demarcus Robinson of Peach County, Ga., Maverick Morris of Coffee County, Ga., and Tyshon Dye of Elberton, Ga.

The coaching staff will have one official visitor in 2013 defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko of Brooklyn, N.Y. A recently addition to Clemson's defensive end recruiting list, Ogundeko is making his visits this fall in preparation for January enrollment. He has previously visited Florida and Arizona State, and plans visits to Syracuse and a Ole Miss.

Also visit on Saturday will be 2013 targets Marquez North, one of the nation's top uncommitted wide receivers, and offensive lineman Tyrone Crowder.

Back in Clemson for the second straight week will be former Tiger commitment David Kamara, a defensive back from Grayson High in Loganville, Ga., and his teammate, defensive back prospect Ryan Carter.

Kearse had one carry out of the wildcat formation for a 40-yard touchdown in South Fort Myers' 27-0 victory over Barron-Collier last week.

Gallman rushed for 84 yards and a pair of scores in Grayson's 49-9 victory over Wheeler.

Dalvin Cook had five carries for 57 yards and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in Miami Central's 59-7 rout of Archbishop McCarthy.

Oglesby rushed for 201 yards and three scores in Daniel High's 35-6 playoff win over Chester.

Deshaun Watson passed for 202 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for 90 yards in Gainesville (Ga.) High's 41-14 victory over Rome.

Smith had four receptions for 39 yards in Hammond Academy's (Columbia, S.C.) 21-14 loss to Augusta Christian.

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