Tiger Tracker: Latest On LB Sammy Brown, More Notes From Recruiting Trail

Jason Priester All Clemson

With spring practices now having ramped up across the country, recruits are out and about taking unofficial visits in an effort to set up summer officials.

Clemson has already seen multiple targets in the current class check in, including getting an unadvertised visit from 5-star LB Sammy Brown (Jefferson, Ga.) The 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect took in last Wednesday’s scrimmage and plans to return for an official that first weekend in June. He is also expected to take officials to Georgia, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Tennessee.

Brown has been a frequent visitor to Clemson. He attended multiple games last season, and was also on hand for Elite Junior Day in January. Brown has also paid a number of visits to Athens.

The talented linebacker has routinely pointed at a summertime decision, and it appears that timeline is still on track. If you follow the visits, Georgia and Clemson really stand out above the other contenders.

Culture is something that’s going to factor in heavily, so if you’re the Tigers, you have to like where you stand as we head down the home stretch.

“Definitely the culture that they bring at the school,” Brown told All Clemson of what he’s looking for in a school. “Definitely the culture that the players bring, the coaches bring, and the community brings. Because culture is going to help you on and off the field.”

OL Michael Uini (Copperas Cove, Tx.) is also set to be on hand for the big official visit weekend in June. It’s the only official visit he has scheduled so far.

Uini picked up an offer last weekend after visiting for the Tigers’ second Junior Day of the year. The 6-foot-7, 310-pound prospect spent the entire weekend in town. He made a stop at South Carolina after the Clemson visit, but at this point, there are no more spring visits lined up. Whether that remains the case, is still to be determined.

WR Bryant Wesco (Midlothian, Tx.) is also expected to take an official to Clemson that first weekend in June. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound wideout picked up an offer last week after visiting for a practice. He joins Alex Taylor (Grimsley, N.C.) and Jonathan Paylor (Cummings, N.C.) as receivers set to be on hand that weekend. It wouldn’t be at all surprising to see in-state wideout Braylon Staley’s (Aiken) name added to that list at some point in the future.

Clemson’s newest quarterback target, Air Noland (Langston Hughes, Ga.), will head to Miami this weekend. Noland visited Clemson for its second Junior Day last weekend, and has since taken a visit to Arkansas. Noland still plans to make an April decision, so the Tigers have to hope they were able to do enough in that one visit to win him over.

OL Blake Frazier (Vandergrift, Tx.) will return to Clemson on April 5. It will be his first time visiting since the win over Syracuse last season. Whether or not Clemson gets an official remains to be seen. It appears Michigan is the team to beat, but there is still a way to go in this one.

OL Fletcher Westphal (Tuscarora, Va.) also returns on April 5.

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