DB Ronald Geohaghan (6-1 190) of Allendale Fairfax pulled the trigger following camp Thursday and committed to Clemson.
"I went and told coach (Marion) Hobby and we went and told coach (Dabo) Swinney together," Geohaghan said. He chose the Tigers over USC, North Carolina, NC State, Duke and Pitt. "I felt it was the right fit for me academically and athletically," he said. "It's a place and can concentrate on my studies, develop in the weight room and be a good teammate."
Geohaghan is strong with his commitment but is planning to take other visits. "I want to enjoy the recruiting process but I am firm with Clemson," Geohaghan added. His other offers included Illinois, Kentucky,Tulsa and East Carolina among the previously mentioned schools.
ATH Cordrea Tankersley (6-1 190) of Silver Bluff made his commitment to Clemson late Wednesday night when he called a member of the coaching staff.
"I called (coach Charlie Harbison) to let him know I was committing," Tankersley said. "He told me to call coach (Dabo) Swinney so I talked to both of them."
For Tankersley, the decision was easy. "There was no doubt about it," he said. "I love the people and the coaches and they love me. I started getting serious about it with my parents last week and went ahead and got it over with."
He had narrowed his list to three choosing the Tigers over USC and Miami. "I love the atmosphere there," he said adding, "They have great academics and they're bringing in some other good recruits."
Tankersley will camp at Clemson next Thursday. The Tigers now have 6 commitments for the 2012 class.