Latest ESPN 300 Recruiting Rankings
|Monday, July 28, 2014, 10:19 AM- -|
The latest round of ESPN 300 recruiting player rankings are out and 11 Clemson commits (3.6% of entire group) are showcased on the prestigious recruiting rankings. An interesting fact is that Clemson (11) and Alabama (16) are the only two schools with double digit commits from the list.
Mitch Hyatt Mitch Hyatt
View Full Profile from Suwanne, GA highlights the group at #17 overall in the nation. Right behind him is high 4-star wide receiver Deon Cain Deon Cain
View Full Profile from Tampa, Florida at #25 overall. Another high 4-star Clemson OT commit is Jake Fruhmorgen Jake Fruhmorgen
View Full Profile from Tampa Bay, FL lands at #95 overall.
Clelin Ferrell Clelin Ferrell
View Full Profile from Richmond, VA is listed at #106 overall while his possible future Clemson defensive lineman teammate Sterling Johnson Sterling Johnson
View Full Profile from Clayton, NC is one spot later at #107 overall.
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Garrett Williams Garrett Williams
View Full Profile from Orlando, FL shows up on the list at #114 overall. Newest Clemson DE commit from the ALL-In Cookout Austin Bryant Austin Bryant
View Full Profile from Thomasville, GA is also rated very highly at #126 overall.
Noah Green Noah Green
Boiling Springs, SC
View Full Profile from Boiling Springs, SC comes in at #181 overall after a strong showing at The Opening Camp at Beaverton, Oregon and other camps.
Rounding out the Clemson commits in the ESPN 300, wide receiver commit Shaddel Bell from Decatur, GA is listed at #262 overall, athlete commit Juwuan Brisco from Waldorf, MD listed at #279 overall and defensive tackle commit
Gage Cervenka Gage Cervenka
View Full Profile from Greenwood, SC is listed at #283 overall.
Three Clemson priority targets that are on the list - DE Albert Huggins (#150 overall), ATH Ray Ray McCloud (#167 Overall) and OT Zack Bailey (#215 overall). Some other notes - OT Mitch Hyatt fell from #7 overall to #17 overall. OT Noah Green went up from #199 overall to #181 overall. Jake Fruhmorgen fell from #86 overall to #95 overall. Clemson's overall team rankings slipped from #2 in the nation to #3 overall (Texas A&M jumped them).