Clemson ranked in Top 10 of ESPN's 2017 team recruiting ranking


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Clemson ranked in Top 10 of ESPN's 2017 team recruiting ranking

ESPN has released its team recruiting rankings for 2017 on Wednesday and Clemson was ranked #7 overall and second in the ACC behind only Miami.

"Clemson boasts the highest-ranked committed player in the ACC, as four-star quarterback Hunter Johnson of Brownsburg (Indiana) High is ESPN’s No. 50 overall player," ESPN said.

The ACC had four top-10 classes which were most by any football conference.

The full Top 15 rankings were Ohio State, Alabama, Oklahoma, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Clemson, Michigan, Florida State, North Carolina, Kentucky, LSU, Texas, Texas A&M, and Iowa.

Clemson is also tied for fourth place with Georgia and North Carolina with six 2017 ESPN 300 commits.

Schools with 2017 ESPN 300 commits

Ohio State – 10

Oklahoma – 8

Alabama – 7

Clemson – 6

Georgia – 6

North Carolina – 6

Florida State – 5

Michigan – 5

Notre Dame – 5

Florida – 4

LSU – 4

Miami – 4

Texas – 4

Texas A&M – 4

Baylor – 3

Nebraska – 3

Penn State – 3

Stanford – 3

TCU – 3

Washington – 3

Auburn – 2

Iowa – 2

Kentucky – 2

Michigan State – 2

Oregon – 2

Tennessee – 2

UCLA – 2

USC – 2

Wisconsin – 2

Arizona – 1

Arkansas – 1

Cal – 1

Duke – 1

Mississippi State – 1

Oklahoma State – 1

Ole Miss – 1

Pittsburgh – 1

Rutgers – 1

South Carolina – 1

Texas Tech – 1

Virginia Tech – 1

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