Three visits are in the books for four-star Brandon Clemons of Milford (Pa.) Delaware Valley, and a fourth is scheduled in January with a school that previously was not in his top five. Find out who is now getting a visit and which schools may now be on the outside looking in.
Clemons had previously taken visits to Boston College and Connecticut, and most recently added Maryland to this list.
"I took a visit there last week," said Clemons. "I'm still thinking about them, but I'm just waiting to see what happens with all the changes taking place or about to take place there."
The coaching upheaval that happened during Clemons' visit created a unique environment.
"The visit was interesting," said Clemons. "It was good, but we had a lot more time too because they didn't have practice. It was a little crazy because of everything that happened with the AD and the head coach, but other than that it was still a good visit and I got a good chance to see some of the players and get a good feel around the campus."
Another school that has been on Clemons' list for months is Pittsburgh, but their recent coaching change also puts them in an odd situation.
"I don't know about them," said Clemons. "I haven't had any contact with anyone there yet."
Despite not having a coaching change, South Carolina and Clemons may have also parted ways.
"I haven't talked to them either," said Clemons. "If I do take a fifth visit it will be them, but for now I need some time away to think."
Clemons' fourth visit will come on January 14th to Michigan State, which is relatively new in his listing of top schools. With a fifth visit still up in the air, Clemons is looking to evaluate his process after his visit with the Spartans.
"I don't know when I'm making a decision," said Clemons. "Whenever it comes to me and I know a place is best for me, I'll make my decision."
This week, Clemons will have his recruiting process take a back seat as he prepares to play in the Chesapeake Bowl on Thursday.
"I'm just going to go out, play my hardest and have a good time," said Clemons, who will line up on the defensive line during the game.