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How many can Clemson sign in this class?


At the most we can only see Clemson signing 22. Obviously, there are certain players you just would not say no to. Numbers will always work out, but the reason the numbers always work out is because the coaching staff knows it limits.


Will Jack Hines return to Clemson next season?


We have not gathered enough information to release an official story, but there is more than a 50/50 chance he does not return. In talking to several sources, he is exploring options. There is not much to report right now other than pure speculation. To our knowledge, Coach Hines does not have an official offer to join another program at this time. If that changes, we will release the news as it comes in.


Can James Mays return this season?


We have placed multiple phone calls regarding this situation, and thus far no one has responded. I am aware of the comments Mays’ father made in the newspaper. It would be really good news for the Tigers should he return, however in my experience, when a player is declared academically ineligible, it does not change until the next season. Tim Bourret is one of the most thorough SIDs in the country, and I do not believe he would have announced Mays ineligible, if there was a chance he would be reinstated.


Will Peanut visit Clemson?


Peanut has scheduled a visit with Clemson for January 13th.


Can Clemson finished with a top 10 class?


It is within reach, but Clemson would need land Whitehead, Sims, and Crowell to land in the top 10 in my opinion. I would say the chances Clemson goes 3 for 3 there is pretty slim. This is still a very good class, and they will likely finish in the top 15.

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