Clemson ranked in Top 15 of Post-Spring Top 25


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Clemson ranked in Top 15 of Post-Spring Top 25

Clemson is ranked #11 in CBSSports.com's 2015 Post-Spring Top 25 rankings
that was released on Tuesday afternoon.

"Offensive coordinator Chad Morris is missing from Tigers' returning starters list," CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd said. "How much difference will that make when we get the full Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
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this season? We'll see. Morris says Watson is more advanced than Vince Young at same stage in career."

The Tigers were ranked #12 in their previous Pre-Spring Top 25 rankings.

ACC schools in the 2015 Post-Spring Top 25 rankings besides Clemson include Florida State (#9), Georgia Tech (#17) and Louisville (#25). Other notables include Ohio State at #1 and future Clemson opponent Notre Dame at #21.

Clemson joins Alabama, Florida State, Ohio State and Oregon as the only schools with Top 15 finishes each of the last three seasons. Will Clemson make it four years in a row?

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