Clemson ranked #2 in ESPN's Post-Spring ACC Rankings

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Clemson is ranked #2 in ESPN's Post-Spring ACC Power Rankings on Monday according to writer Andrea Adelson.

"Bear in mind these rankings reflect where we believe teams stand after spring practice is over," Adelson said. "Clemson could still be the ACC favorite, but without quarterback Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
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completely healthy, it is tough to put the Tigers at No. 1 right now. Clemson has yet to see him run a practice following ACL surgery. The defense answered a few questions during the spring, but a small step back is to be expected with so many marquee players gone."

Georgia Tech was ranked #1 with their star quarterback Justin Thomas returning and having a solid eight starters returning on defense.

Wake Forest (#13) and Syracuse (#14) bring up the rear of the ACC in the football rankings. Both teams had a dismal 3-9 record in 2014.

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