ESPN Analyst talks Clemson's recruiting class, says Tigers are "on the ascent"

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ESPN college football analyst David Pollack said Wednesday that he likes Clemson's 2015 recruiting for a big reason - the Tigers are finally getting the linemen to go along with the skill players.

"I think you gotta look at Clemson first of all, the last couple years, they aren't losing to bad teams anymore, this is a team that's dominant," Pollack said. "I thought last year they did a great job, remember they had to replace Boyd, Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
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, this year it's on defense, they gotta replace the whole defensive line, gotta replace some offensive line, I think they have done a great job getting the trenches taken care of. If there's one weakness of Clemson the past several years I've seen, it's offensive line. Now they are starting to get some of those dudes in there that can make a big impact, I think they can be big. This Tiger program is on the ascent and it's been on the ascent for years."

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