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RE: National Signing Day 2020 Pt1
Clemson’s class just proves that these kids want to come to the ACC and play that rugged, grueling week-in week-out schedule and become men!
12-19-2019 03:39 PM
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(12-18-2019 03:56 PM)georgia_tech_swagger Wrote:  Syracuse #53
Wake #54
Duke #55
UVA #60
VT #61
BC #62


All of these teams are presently behind at least one AAC team. Some are behind several. That's called talent bleed out at this level unless you have an incredible scheme or an incredible developmental program. The only team I know that is consistently good while being that low in recruiting is Utah. And Kyle Wittingham is probably the most underappreciated developmental coach in the country. And also a terrible recruiter.

Cincinnati is #51. They are about to go up again because one of the guys that signed yesterday is being bumped up from a 3-star to a 4-star per Bill Greene, Midwest Recruiting Analyst on the site.

UC will have three 4-stars in this class already signed, who knows how it might shake out in the next couple of months-- maybe we add another.
12-19-2019 03:43 PM
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(12-19-2019 03:01 PM)Kaplony Wrote:  
(12-19-2019 02:55 PM)HRFlossY Wrote:  ...........maybe a few will transfer due to playing time.??03-yes03-no

Possible, but not likely. With the way we rotate players we haven't had much of a problem with that. You come to Clemson and do the work and you get to play, and not just in mop up situations, in actual live game situations.

That, and Clemson isn't in the habit of oversigning. Over the past four years, using the data from 247 Sports, Clemson ranks only #54 in the number of recruits signed, with 83. By contrast, Alabama had 104, Michigan 101, Texas A&M 100 and Oklahoma 97 during that period. The Tigers sign what they need, and they don't seem to make many mistakes, so they don't lose the players they do sign after they arrive on campus. Hard to argue with success.
12-19-2019 05:53 PM
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(12-19-2019 03:39 PM)esayem Wrote:  Clemson’s class just proves that these kids want to come to the ACC and play that rugged, grueling week-in week-out schedule and become men!

It proves CLemson is serious about football. Doesn't say anything else about the rest of the conference.
12-19-2019 08:00 PM
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For those hoping to see some fresh faces in the CFP and NY6 next year, this may be bad news. These are the aggregate rankings of the last four recruiting classes (including this one) with the number of four and five star recruits signed by each school in parentheses:

1.. Alabama (87)
2.. Georgia (78)
3.. Ohio State (70)
4.. LSU (57)
5.. Clemson (52)
6.. Oklahoma (61)
7.. Texas (56)
8.. Texas A&M (50)
9.. Auburn (54)
10. Michigan (57)
11. Penn State (55)
12. Florida (57)
12-19-2019 09:59 PM
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National Signing Day 2020 Pt1
Cards pick up 2 more on day 2! Henry Bryant & Yaya Diaby. Cards get much needed help from Juco’s. 16 early enrollees.


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12-20-2019 12:18 AM
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(12-19-2019 09:59 PM)ken d Wrote:  For those hoping to see some fresh faces in the CFP and NY6 next year, this may be bad news. These are the aggregate rankings of the last four recruiting classes (including this one) with the number of four and five star recruits signed by each school in parentheses:

1.. Alabama (87)
2.. Georgia (78)
3.. Ohio State (70)
4.. LSU (57)
5.. Clemson (52)
6.. Oklahoma (61)
7.. Texas (56)
8.. Texas A&M (50)
9.. Auburn (54)
10. Michigan (57)
11. Penn State (55)
12. Florida (57)

Why is Texas so bad? I can under stand Texas A&M. They played 5 top 10 teams last year but Texas?
12-20-2019 01:11 AM
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That is the biggest mystery of them all.
12-20-2019 07:29 AM
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(12-20-2019 01:11 AM)ChrisLords Wrote:  
(12-19-2019 09:59 PM)ken d Wrote:  For those hoping to see some fresh faces in the CFP and NY6 next year, this may be bad news. These are the aggregate rankings of the last four recruiting classes (including this one) with the number of four and five star recruits signed by each school in parentheses:

1.. Alabama (87)
2.. Georgia (78)
3.. Ohio State (70)
4.. LSU (57)
5.. Clemson (52)
6.. Oklahoma (61)
7.. Texas (56)
8.. Texas A&M (50)
9.. Auburn (54)
10. Michigan (57)
11. Penn State (55)
12. Florida (57)

Why is Texas so bad? I can under stand Texas A&M. They played 5 top 10 teams last year but Texas?

And a lot of the Aggies four stars are in the last two (Fisher) recruiting classes, so they may improve in the win column despite their schedule. As for Texas, seems like you have to expect that coaching is a factor (though 49 of their top recruits are in the past three classes also). They may have had an empty cupboard until now, with a lot of underclassmen playing more than they should.

What seems to separate the top schools isn't the total number of recruits they sign, but how many of them are the really highly rated (5 star) ones. There aren't many five star recruits going to schools outside the Top Twenty, and most are going to perennial Top Ten schools. The rich get richer.
12-20-2019 09:27 AM
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