Miles Jones, Theodore Lucas and Tyler March of American Heritage High School (Plantation, Fla.) visited South Carolina on Friday for the Will Muschamp Football Camp.
Jones, a 2018 wide receiver, lists offers from Mississippi State, West Virginia and Syracuse.
Muschamp and wide receivers coach Bryan McClendon kept a close eye on the 5-foot-10, 160-pound prospect throughout the afternoon, but no offer was extended.
“They told me that they were going to start recruiting me and that they really liked me,” Jones said. “I enjoyed the camp and I got great coaching from Bryan McClendon.”
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Lucas, a 2019 prospect, worked out with the defensive backs and defensive coordinator Travaris Robinson.
“Loved his energy a lot,” Lucas said. “Most definitely think he is a coach you can develop a great relationship with.”
He added, “Enjoyed every bit of it.”
March is a 2019 wide receiver.
The teammates camped at Clemson before heading to South Carolina on Friday. They’ll hit LSU and Tennessee later this month, in addition to some satellite camps in Florida.