Clemson ranked #2 in offer-based recruiting rankings


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Mitch Hyatt - Offensive Tackle
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Height: 6-6   Weight: 270   Hometown: Suwannee, GA (North Gwinnett HS)   Class: 2015
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Clemson is ranked #2 overall in the nation in offer-based recruiting rankings. The rankings based upon the scholarship offers each commit has received from FBS college coaches, not by opinions of recruiting analysts.

Some of the advantages to offer-based merit formula according to rankbyoffers.com is greater number of reviewers, greater number of athletes are evaluated, college coaches are more qualified to evaluate potential for college success, college coaches have “skin in the game” and rankings can be made earlier in the recruiting process.


1 Alabama Southeastern 18 21,922.93 1,217.94
2 Clemson Atlantic Coast 18 21,575.20 1,198.62
3 Penn State Big Ten 15 15,132.08 1,008.81
4 South Carolina Southeastern 12 13,845.62 1,153.80
5 Auburn Southeastern 15 13,582.71 905.51
6 Texas A&M Southeastern 13 12,669.18 974.55
7 Florida State Atlantic Coast 11 11,094.36 1,008.58
8 Miami (Florida) Atlantic Coast 12 9,668.37 805.70
9 Tennessee Southeastern 11 8,819.31 801.76
10 Florida Southeastern 8 8,776.56 1,097.07


View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Mitch Hyatt Recruiting Profile
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