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Clemson Recruit Performance Tracker: Week One

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Find out how Clemson prospects across the country are playing throughout their seasons

NCAA Football: Clemson at Auburn John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

High school football season is finally back and that means its time to check how Clemson recruits are doing nationwide each week. In this space I’ll be keeping tabs of weekly stats, as they are available, as well as doing a midseason and end-of-year review. Lets get to it.

Hunter Johnson:

Johnson’s Brownsburg High School is riding high this year, currently sitting at 3-0, thanks, mostly, to Johnson’s solid play. This past week he put up 319 yards, on a 67.7 completion percentage, and threw for three touchdowns. Although Johnson did throw an interception, he added three carries for 21 yards, including a six-yard TD rush for the first score of the game.

Tee Higgins

Like Johnson, Higgins is also the driving force behind a 3-0 team. This past week he had one touchdown on six catches for 97 yards. He had nearly half of the team’s 205 receiving yards in the win against defending regional champion Farragut High

AJ Terrell

Stats are unavailable for Terrell right now, but he and his Westlake (Georgia) teammates did come away with a 29-13 win against Shiloh. Here are his highlights.

Cordarrian Richardson

Once again, stats are unavailable but there are a few highlight videos from the game that I am posting below. He, and his team, destroyed MLK Prep this week.

Amari Rodgers

Rodgers simply dominated in this game against Knoxville Central High School. He put up six catches for 205 receiving yards, including two touchdowns. His TDs were from 82 and 17 yards.

Jordan Williams

Williams’ Frank W. Cox High beat Green Run 23-14 improving their record to 2-0 on the year. Stats are unavailable so here are his highlights from the game.

LeAnthony Williams Jr.

Williams Jr.’s Roswell High is the top ranked team in the Atlanta area, according to the Atlanta Constitution Journal, and they played like it this week. They won 31-6 against a Central Gwinnet team that has D1 talent. Stats are unavailable but here is Williams Jr.’s highlight tape from the game. Watch till the end to see him house a punt return.

Chase Brice

Brice led a late comeback to give Grayson a last-minute field goal to seal the win. His numbers were not eye-popping but he did get the win. He went 18-28 for 178 yards and an interception.

Other Players

Other Clemson recruits who did have available stats include Logan Rudolph, Baylon Spector, Noah DeHond, Matt Bockhorst and Blake Vinson.