Clemson hosting a dozen commitments for official visits this weekend

Uncommitted WR Trevion Thompson, Tennessee-committed DL Cory Thomas also visiting

B-HP's Kendall Joseph finishes warmups before facing Wren.

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B-HP's Kendall Joseph finishes warmups before facing Wren.

A dozen members of Clemson's 2014 recruiting class will take their official visits this weekend, while the coaching staff is also hosting two players they hope to add in the run-up to signing day.

Uncommitted wide receiver Trevion Thompson of Hillside High in Durham, N.C., has been recruited by Clemson for more than two years. He's ranked as the nation's No. 2 receiver prospect by 247Sports, No. 4 by Scout and No. 20 by ESPN.

Thompson, who is the former teammate of Clemson freshman safety Korrin Wiggins, is also considering N.C. State, Ohio State, North Carolina and West Virginia.

Also visiting will be Tennessee commitment Cory Thomas, a 6-6, 270-pound consensus three-star defensive end from McCalla, Ala.

Committed players making their official visits include in-state standouts Jae'lon Oglesby, a running back from Daniel; running back C.J. Fuller from Easley; linebacker Kendall Joseph from Belton-Honea Path; offensive lineman Taylor Hearn of Williston-Elko; tight end Cannon Smith from Columbia, S.C.; and kicker Alex Spence from South Florence.

Also making official visits will be running back Adam Choice from Thomasville, Ga.; offensive lineman Justin Falcinelli from Middletown, Md.; linebacker Korie Rogers from Duluth, Ga.; defensive tackle Jabril Robinson from Leland, N.C.; defensive back Jefferie Gibson from Hope Mills, N.C.; and tight end Milan Richard from Savannah, Ga.

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