CLEMSON - The majority of Clemson's 2014 signing class has arrived on campus.
A school spokesman confirmed 11 more incoming freshmen enrolled in late June for the second semester of summer coursework, making them eligible to move into university dormitories and participate in offseason workouts with the Tigers.
The list of newcomers includes, alphabetically: running back Adam Choice, offensive lineman Justin Falcinelli, safety Jefferie Gibson, offensive lineman Taylor Hearn, linebacker Kendall Joseph, tight end Milan Richard, defensive tackle Jabril Robinson, linebacker Korie Rogers, tight end Cannon Smith, wide receiver Trevion Thompson and defensive end Richard Yeargin.
Choice, Richard, Rogers and Thompson were four-star prospects, via Rivals.com.
That bunch of 11 freshmen joins 5-star quarterback DeShaun Watson, linebacker Chris Register and wide receivers Demarre Kitt, Artavis Scott and Kyrin Priester, who each enrolled in January and participated in spring practices.
Three signees are not yet on campus: linebacker Jalen Williams and running backs C.J. Fuller and Jae'lon Oglesby. Williams is expected to grayshirt along with preferred walk-on kicker Alex Spence, while media reports have indicated Fuller and Oglesby are yet to academically qualify.
Linebackers J.D. and Judah Davis, the twin sons of Ring of Honor member and director of player personnel Jeff Davis, round out last February's class. They will enroll in 2015.
Rivals rated Clemson's 22 commits No. 13 in the country in 2014, the fourth straight year head coach Dabo Swinney and recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott brought in a top-15 class via the website.
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