Clemson drops in latest ESPN recruiting rankings

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The 2015 Clemson offensive line class will be huge for Clemson.

Clemson drops one spot to #3 overall in the latest ESPN class rankings. Georgia moves up to #2 overall after receiving its 13th commitment from an ESPN 300 recruit and 5-star safety Rashad Roundtree. Alabama continues its long run at #1 in the ESPN rankings.

The biggest drop in the class rankings was Michigan which dropped four spots to #27 while Texas Tech and Nebraska both moved up three spots (#26 and #31 respectively).

ESPN Class Rankings as of 11/12/14

1 Alabama
2 Georgia
3 Clemson
4 Florida State
5 Texas A&M
6 Tennessee
7 Ohio State
8 South Carolina
9 Auburn
10 Mississippi State
11 Notre Dame
12 Penn State
13 Texas
14 USC
15 Miami (FL)
16 LSU
17 Oregon
19 Arkansas
20 Oklahoma
21 Oklahoma State
22 Ole Miss
23 North Carolina
24 West Virginia
25 Kentucky
26 Texas Tech
27 Michigan
28 Duke
29 Wisconsin
30 Michigan State
31 Nebraska
32 Florida
33 Arizona
34 Baylor
35 Missouri
36 Arizona State
37 Virginia Tech
38 Georgia Tech
40 Washington

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