Final ESPN Signing Day Rankings


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Clemson finished National Signing Day with the #4 overall 2015 signing-day class in the nation according to ESPN. The only schools that had better overall NSD were Alabama, Florida State and USC.

All of Clemson's 2015 commits had faxed in their LOI's Wednesday morning by 9:30 AM. The class was comprised of 10 players on offense and 16 on defense. Ten players were from the home state of South Carolina and five were from the Sunshine state.

However, Clemson did get three commits for their 2016 class including 4-star running Tavien Feaster, 4-star wide receiver Cornell Powell and 3-star lineback Jamie Skalski.


ESPN RecruitingNation.com Final 2015 Class Rankings:

1. Alabama

2. Florida State

3. Southern Calafornia

4. Clemson

5. Tennessee

6. Ohio State

7. Auburn

8. Georgia

9. Texas

10. LSU

11. UCLA

12. Texas A&M

13. Notre Dame

14. Penn State

15. Oregon

16. Mississippi State

17. Oklahoma

18. Missouri

19. Ole Miss

20. Florida

21. South Carolina

22. Arkansas

23. Miami

24. North Carolina

25. Virginia Tech

26. Arizona State

27. Stanford

28. Washington

29. Michigan State

30. Louisville

31. Nebraska

32. Baylor

33. NC State

34. Oklahoma State

35. Texas Tech

36. West Virginia

37. TCU

38. Wisconsin

39. Arizona

40. Michigan

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