Yesterday we told you that Peter Woods remains committed to Clemson football despite overtures from Deion Sanders and undoubtedly many others.
Today, we can say he’s impressing in Mobile this week, with a slew of tweets from 247sports.com Steve Wiltfong, including the one below.
When you hear the phrase “second to none nationally” that means he’s pretty good.
Woods is a 5-star, ranked No. 32 overall in the 247sports.com composite.
The Tigers missed on one 2024 quarterback with D.J. Lagway committing to Florida as expected, while it also looks like another is trending towards the Big Ten.
Cade Klubnik has 3 years of eligibility left and Chris Vizzina is scheduled to be a part of the 2023 Class, but if we’ve learned anything during the portal and NIL era, it’s that you can never have too many quarterbacks.
We’ve also learned that not every 5-star works out.
Meanwhile an offensive line target has committed to the PAC-12 Champions.
Clemson football fans just think they are getting hit hard by transfers, as always it’s about perspective
I always preach perspective, even when it comes to the portal and while it may seem that Clemson has lost a lot all at once to the portal, realize that North Carolina has had 7 defensive backs enter the portal since Saturday’s loss to the Tigers. Seven from one position!
Later today I’ll have a story about where Myles Murphy and Bryan Bresee will likely go in the 2023 NFL draft, despite their up and down (Murphy) and injury (Bresee) plagued seasons. Hint: It’s high. Real high.
Last time I checked Clemson was a 7 point favorite over Tennessee in the Orange Bowl, but according to ESPNs FPI Tennessee is expected to win almost 58% of the time.
I don’t think ye ole’ FPI has figured in the likely opt outs on the Tennessee side, but I wonder given Murphy and Bresee’s expected lofty place in the draft and the 8 digits of money at stake if we could see an opt out or two on the Clemson side this year, too.