Bud Elliott (SB Nation)
The Tigers will host three 2013 prospects this weekend as they try to add to their current class.
Clemson has a big recruiting weekend ahead of it, as three prospects in the class of 2013 are visiting. Winter Park (Fla.) High School quarterback Asiantii Woulard, who is a former South Florida commitment, is one of them. Wide receivers James Clark, of New Smyrna Beach (Fla.) High School, and Kyrin Priester, of Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood High School, are the other two. Temperatures will be a bit chilly this weekend in Clemson, but the prospects will enjoy sunny days during their visit.
Woulard is rated a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and is considered the fourth-best dual-threat quarterback in the 2013 class. He has already visited N.C. State and Kentucky and has a trip to UCLA scheduled for Jan. 25.
Clark has taken official visits to Northwestern, Purdue and Nebraska, and he'll make a visit to Florida after his trip to Clemson. He is considered a three-star prospect by Rivals. Ohio State is also pushing hard to get a visit out of Clark, but at this time it does not appear he will make it to Columbus.
Priester, who is also a three-star prospect, is committed to play for N.C. State. The former Georgia commitment has stuck with the Wolfpack through its coaching change but appears willing to explore his options. He's scheduled to visit Ohio State following his Clemson trip. Late Wednesday, he named Clemson his leader.