Tuesday concluded Session I of the Dabo Swinney Camp at Clemson University. And there were quite a few prospects on hand, including these three prospects from out of Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School; Javonta Middleton, Martin Aiken, and 4-star prospect, A.J. Cann.
Cann did not participate in the camp, but his teammates, Javonta Middleton and Martin Aiken took part. And needless to say, these two fine prospects strutted their stuff amongst some of the best, and made quite an impression on the Tigers' Coaching Staff.
At the conclusion of the camp, SCPrepNation.com received a phone call from one of the members of the B-E Coaching Staff, and was able to obtain quite a few notes, and some intriguing tidbits regarding the two camp participants. And here's what he had to say regarding their performance, starting with rising sophomore prospect, Martin Aiken…
Martin Aiken's Report:
"Martin was one of the best defensive linemen out there today. He really dominated during the one-on-ones. The Clemson Staff feels like Martin could be one of the best defensive linemen in the state by 2012. Clemson loved him a lot; they spoke very highly of him. They are already talking about offering him down the road. They said the only reason why they haven't offered him is because he is only a rising sophomore. One of the members from the coaching staff also told me that he's not just going to be a good one, but he's going to be a great one." – Bamberg-Ehrhardt Assistant Coach
Javonta Middleton's Report:
"Javonta worked out today also. He did really well with the linebackers. I think the staff was really impressed with what he did today. There were several other coaches from smaller schools out there as well, and they all just fell in love with him. He and the kid from Fort Dorchester (Geno Porter) were probably the two best looking linebackers out there. The Porter Kid looked real good. I was real impressed with him. He really jumped out at me. He and Javonta worked real well together." – Bamberg-Ehrhardt Assistant Coach
Note: 2011 RB/DB prospect, Demetrius Williams, was supposed to be on campus with the B-E crew on this past Tuesday, but was unable to make the trip. But one of the B-E assistants took his highlight tape, and gave it to the Clemson Coaching Staff for their viewing. After having a chance to view the film, the CU Coaching Staff had nothing but great things to say about the up and coming runningback/defensive back prospect. And once again, the B-E Assistant Coach provided us with the inside scoop...
Demetrius Williams's Report:
"Clemson really wanted to see Demetrius workout, but he couldn't make the trip. But we took his highlight film up there, and they fell in love with him after watching it. They are seriously talking about offering him. So don't be surprise if they offer him within the next couple of months or so. I was told by one of the members from the Clemson Coaching Staff that Demetrius is the type of kid that could play on both sides of the ball in college." – Bamberg-Ehrhardt Assistant Coach