Clemson gets some positive pub in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution today.
According to Chip Towers of the AJC:
"Thumbs up: Florida State is generally getting credit for doing the best job in the league — and arguably in the country — but it’s hard to think of anybody doing a better job than Clemson coach Dabo Swinney. Coming off a disappointing season and with Swinney’s job security in doubt, the Tigers managed to sign three out-of-state, five-star prospects and five overall. Most surprisingand unexpected was stealing five-star linebacker Tony Steward from FSU. . . . North Carolina’s Butch Davis did pretty well despite the chatter of NCAA violations."