Clemson drops in latest ESPN recruiting rankings


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These big uglies might be the cornerstone of Clemson's future.
These big uglies might be the cornerstone of Clemson's future.

Clemson drops one spot to #4 overall in the latest ESPN class rankings.

Florida State moves up to #3 overall after receiving commitments in October from RB Jacques Patrick (10/31) and CB Taravarus McFadden (10/27).

The decommitment of Juwuan Briscoe helped the Seminoles leapfrog the Tigers by just a few points more than likely. Clemson fans should not fret however as DT prospect Christian Wilkins and DE/DT Albert Huggins are a few of the prospects that are still in play for the Tigers.

Alabama continues its long run at #1 in the ESPN rankings.

The biggest drop in the class rankings was Michigan which dropped eleven spots to #38 while Ole Miss moved up three spots to #19.

ESPN Class Rankings as of 11/26/14

1 Alabama

2 Georgia

3 Florida State

4 Clemson

5 Texas A&M

6 Ohio State

7 Tennessee

8 South Carolina

9 Auburn

10 Mississippi State

11 Notre Dame

12 Texas

13 USC

14 Penn State

15 Miami (FL)

16 UCLA

17LSU

18 Oregon

19 Ole Miss

20 Arkansas

21 Oklahoma

22 North Carolina

23 West Virginia

24 Kentucky

25 Texas Tech

26 Oklahoma State

27 Duke

28 Wisconsin

29 Nebraska

30 Michigan State

31 Florida

32 Arizona

33 Baylor

34 Missouri

35 Arizona State

36 Virginia Tech

37 Georgia Tech

38 Michigan

39 Boston College

40 Washington

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