Consider Juwuan Briscoe this recruiting cycle's T.J. Green.
Not because he's a late pick-up, but because he was found at all.
Briscoe, who committed to Clemson on Saturday after making his first visit to campus, is a high school junior from Waldorf, Maryland who has spent most of the spring as a literal nobody.
He gets 'unranked' status and 'no stars' from Rivals.
He gets a strong of 'not applicables' in the ratings section of 247Sports.
Go to the ESPN recruiting website and run a search for his name, and the response is '0 results for Juwuan Briscoe.'
As far as the major recruiting networks go, only Scout's ratings acknowledged his existence prior to Clemson commitment on Saturday.
Scout lists him a 'three-star' cornerback.
How come the anonymity?
"He plays at a school nobody knows about," Scout recruiting analyst Brian Dohn told CUTigers.com.
Playing for Thomas Stone High in suburban Maryland, Briscoe starred primarily as a running back, with a thousand-yard season as a junior. He also posted solid numbers as a defensive back, with a pair of interceptions and 36 tackles, for a team that went 6-4 and missed the Maryland 3-A playoffs.
His profile changed when he went to a Nike training camp for the Washington, D.C. area in late April and ran a laser-timed 4.43 40-yard dash.
That caught Clemson's attention, as well as that of West Virginia, Maryland, NC State and others.
The recruiting rankings will come along in time, of course.
His commitment to commitment turned Green from an unheralded 2-star to a four-star-with-bullet at the end of the 2013 recruiting cycle.
Here's to bet that before camp season rolls around in a couple of weeks, Clemson's newest cornerback prospect will be seeing stars all around.