After a weekend at Alabama for his official visit, South Pointe defensive end Jadeveon Clowney had a relatively quiet day on Monday.
There were no meetings with recruiters, but that will change as the week progresses.
Coaches from all the contending schools, including USC and Clemson, will be in to meet with Clowney at his school. Exams at South Pointe begin Tuesday, so the scheduling of those visits could be a little troublesome for the coaches.
Ohio State coach Jim Tressell would like to come in for an in-home visit but won't do so unless Clowney agrees to an official visit.
Right now Clowney is scheduled to visit Florida State this coming weekend and Clemson on Jan. 28.
A source said Monday night that USC still has the inside track for Clowney. His comfort level with the program and the proximity of Columbia to his home remain compelling factors in Clowney's mind, according to the source.