The Clemson men's basketball staff will try to put the finishing touch on its recruitment of a top-100 forward when 6-8 Donte Grantham visits on Saturday for the Wake Forest football game.
Grantham, a native of Martinsville, West Virginia, is attending Hargrave Military Prep School this fall.
Grantham has narrowed his choices to Clemson and Michigan, and has also visited Cincinnati. His visit to campus this weekend will be his second in a month.
Grantham is rated as the nation's No. 66 prospect overall by Rivals, and as the No. 21 small forward, and a four-star recruit, by Scout.
In addition to his size, Grantham is considered to be an outstanding outside shooter and ball-handler.
In its analysis, Scout notes:
"Grantham projects as a long-term wing and an immediate combo forward. He's a lithe, fluid athlete who's very coordinated and possesses outstanding ball skills. He handles very well...and is a talented, slick passer who keeps his head up and sees the entire floor. But his height and solid frame also enable him play inside. Grantham is a very capable rebounder and should become a fine defender as well outside and in."
Grantham was named West Virginia high school player of the year last spring.
Gamecock Baseball Commitment Flips To Tigers: Clemson has picked up a commitment for its 2014 baseball recruiting class from K.J. Bryant, an outfielder from Wade Hampton High in Greenville, S.C., who was originally committed to South Carolina.
Bryant has batted over .400 the past two years, and is considered to be one of the state's top senior prospects. He is Clemson's eighth commitment for its 2014 class, which also includes outfielders Drew Wharton of Suwanee, Ga., Chase Pinder of Poquoson, Va., and Dalton Ewing of Alpharetta, Ga., infielders Adam Renwick of Dorman High in Spartanburg, S.C. and Micael Chavis of Marietta, Ga., and pitchers Charlie Barnes of Sumter, S.C. and Austin DeCarr of Foxboro, Mass.