Wide Receiver U: Clemson added more star power with 2016 recruiting class

Clemson is known in many circles as Wide Receiver U, a name that will likely stick with the program after the Tigers signed three more big-time receivers in 2016.

NamePOSHt/WtHometownESPN Rank
Dexter Lawrence PhotoDexter LawrenceDT6-5/340Wake Forest, NC
Nyles Pinckney PhotoNyles PinckneyDT6-3/290Seabrook, SC
Tavien Feaster PhotoTavien FeasterRB6-0/202Spartanburg, SC
Tre Lamar PhotoTre LamarMLB6-4/240Roswell, GA
T.J. Chase PhotoT.J. ChaseWR6-2/185Plant City, FL
J.C. Chalk PhotoJ.C. ChalkTE6-4/230Argyle, TX
Trayvon Mullen PhotoTrayvon MullenS6-2/180Pompano Beach, FL
Sean Pollard PhotoSean PollardOG6-5/295Southern Pines, NC
Zerrick Cooper PhotoZerrick CooperQB6-4/200Jonesboro, GA
Rahshaun Smith PhotoRahshaun SmithMLB/DE6-3/240Bradenton, FL
Diondre Overton PhotoDiondre OvertonWR6-5/195Greensboro, NC
John Simpson PhotoJohn SimpsonCB6-4/290North Charleston, SC
Xavier Kelly PhotoXavier KellyDE6-5/255Wichita, KS
Isaiah Simmons PhotoIsaiah SimmonsS6-3/215Olathe, KS
Jamie Skalski PhotoJamie SkalskiMLB6-1/230Newnan, GA
Cornell Powell PhotoCornell PowellWR6-1/200Greenville, NC
Tremayne Anchrum PhotoTremayne AnchrumOG/OT6-3/268Powder Springs, GA
Chandler Reeves PhotoChandler ReevesOT6-6/255McDonough, GA
K'Von Wallace PhotoK'Von WallaceCB/ATH6-0/175Highland Springs, VA
Brian Dawkins Jr. PhotoBrian Dawkins Jr.CB5-8/190Fork Union, VA--
Nolan Turner PhotoNolan TurnerS6-2/190Vestavia Hills, AL--
Cade Stewart PhotoCade StewartOT6-4/300Central, SC--


Elite defensive end says Clemson "sold itself"

After losing Shaq Lawson and Kevin Dodd to the NFL and signing just one defensive end in 2016, the Clemson coaching staff will look to the 2017 class to continue adding talented depth to its group of defensive ends. Cordele (GA) Crisp County’s Markaviest Bryant is one of the coaching staff’s top targets to fill that void.

Streeter intrigued by Zerrick Cooper's potential
If everything goes as planned, Deshaun Watson will be entering the NFL Draft in 2017 and quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter will be breaking in a new signal-caller at Clemson. With Nick Schuessler, Kelly Bryant and Tucker Israel already on campus, Streeter has plenty of options, but it’s Clemson’s most recent signee, Zerrick Cooper that intrigues Clemson’s recruiting coordinator the most.

Return of Feast Mode: Surgery set for Tavien Feaster
Tavien Feaster played the last two seasons of his high school career with a torn labrum, and a confining shoulder brace limited his mobility. Despite the injury and brace, however, Feaster still went out and became one of the top running backs in the country and now he’s ready to show what he can do when healthy.

Clemson's NSD: Five takeaways
Clemson closed the 2016 recruiting cycle with another nationally-ranked recruiting class, and it was full of stars. But the stars don’t even begin to tell the entire story. Here are five takeaways from National Signing Day.

Clemson is coming? Not anymore
Clemson linebacker Stephone Anthony announced on National Signing Day five years ago that 'Clemson is coming." Anthony admitted a few weeks ago that the phrase is now outdated. The Tigers are no longer coming. They've arrived.

Can a linebacker solve Clemson's kickoff woes?
Clemson's kickoff coverage woes last season are well-documented, and it was a long return that cost dearly in the title game. Enter linebacker commit Jamie Skalski, who thinks he might have a solution.


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