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Swinney says Clemson is in "good spot" for 2022 recruiting, talks remaining targets


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Jeadyn Lukus out of Mauldin is one of the talented pledges in the class already.
Jeadyn Lukus out of Mauldin is one of the talented pledges in the class already.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney talked 2022 recruiting and the upcoming finish to come with the early signing day next month and then in February on his call-in show.

He was asked about the number of players they will sign for the 2022 class.

"It's still kinda fluid," Swinney said. "We have it pretty much planned to address all of our needs. We've known who was leaving at this point and all that stuff. We'll probably sign -- I'm gonna think 18-20. 17-20. I don't see us getting higher than that but that could change.

"I think we've got 14 commitments right now and we'll probably going to add a linebacker, like to add a running back, like to add a receiver and we'll go from there."

Swinney believes they are in a good place already going into that final stretch.

"We're in a pretty good spot at most positions," said Swinney. "Excited about the group -- we've got a big group coming in in January that's gonna be midyears. That's going to be a big shot in the arm for us, especially in the secondary, which is where we need some depth for sure. We're in a good spot right now and I think we'll finish well in recruiting. And any needs that come up, we'll address them."

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