Clemson Football Recruiting: 2019 Final Class Rankings


The rankings for the 2019 recruiting classes have been finalized. Here’s a look at where Clemson football’s class falls in line.

The 2019 recruiting has officially come to an end, at least for the most part.

National Signing Day was quite the boring day for Clemson football fans. The Tigers only had one prospect that they were holding a scholarship for committing during the annual February event.

The entire class, minus just a few, had actually already signed their National Letters of Intent in December and 17 had already enrolled on campus.

The only news that came out of National Signing Day for Clemson was a few guys choosing to walk-on and 3-star RB Michel Dukes signing his National Letter of Intent. That didn’t come as a surprise, though, considering Dukes committed to the Tigers last weekend.

Here’s a look at where Clemson’s 2019 class, which totaled 29 commitments- not counting several walk-ons, finished in the final recruiting rankings from each service.

247 Composite: No. 10

Rivals: No. 8

Scout: No. 12

ESPN: No. 10


I know everyone is always after the big star-power, but Clemson football got done exactly what it needed to do in this class.

The Tigers went after a couple of guys and missed, but for the most part, they got their top targets.

Clemson was in need of some quality talent at the safety position for depth purposes. They got that.

The Tigers needed a couple of solid defensive tackles and a few defensive ends that could develop into big-time players in the future. They got that.

Clemson needed to sign at least one tight end that could compete right away. They got that, as well.

Clemson came away with two really talented corners in Andrew Booth and Sheridan Jones that both could make an impact immediately.

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This class may not have the star-power of last year’s cycle, but it was exactly what the coaching staff was looking for. They expanded their search this year and went after a bunch of guys to build back up scholarship numbers. They found several quality guys and I think you have to be pleased, overall, with this class for the Tigers.