#STRecruiting notebook 5-30 – SportsTalkSC

Recruiting weekend at Clemson this weekend doesn’t end on Sunday. A second prospect has worked out a visit to the Tigers starting Monday as his weekend plans were already finalized. CB Graceson Littleton of Tampa arrives in Clemson after taking an official visit to Penn State. Littleton also visited Clemson in mid-April when he was offered by Mike Reed. Littleton also has Alabama on June 7, Oklahoma on June 14 and Iowa on June 21.

2026 OT Desmond Green of Timberland has camping stops in Clemson on June 4 and USC on June 17, in addition to his other trips in June. His other camping stops are in Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, North Carolina, NC State and Tennessee. Green also visited USC and Clemson earlier this year.

2026 QB Brodie McWhorter needs Clemson for a camp stop on June 4. He will follow that stop with camps in North Carolina, Auburn, Alabama, Georgia and Ohio State.

Blythewood DT Sterling Sanders plans to make a camping stop at USC on June 14. He has also set camp dates with NC State, Florida, Georgia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina and Alabama.

USC target SAF Jontae Gilbert was offered by Michigan.

USC offered 2026 DT Trashawn Ruffin (6-4 305) from Calypso, NC.

6-4 Arkansas transfer Maryam Dauda moves to USC. She announced this on Wednesday afternoon. Dauda was a McDonald’s All-American coming out of high school and spent three seasons with the Razorbacks. She missed her freshman season with an injury. Last season, she started all 33 games and averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game. Dauda will be the fourth newcomer for the Gamecocks next season and the first in the Transfer Portal class.

6-8 Sadiq White of Charlotte, who was recruited by USC and attended last year, committed to Syracuse.

6-9 Cooper Kowalski as First Baptist signed with Charleston Southern.

Charleston Southern also signed 6-7 transfer Thompson Camara, who played the past two seasons at Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas. He is originally from Otukpo Benue State in Nigeria.

Coastal Carolina signed 7-0 transfer Noah Amenhauser to the 2024-2025 roster. He was a freshman at Grand Canyon last season. He saw action in 13 games and shot 77.8 percent from the field while scoring 16 points and grabbing six rebounds in his playing time.

Coastal Carolina also signed 6-0 Oklahoma State transfer Naz Brown. He was a walk-on with the Cowboys and redshirted last season after playing 10 games as a freshman.

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