There was little to no drama for Clemson football as the Tigers went 26 for 26 on expected commitments Wednesday and left little to the imagination for the actual signing day in February, which has become an afterthought these days.
There were flips, flops, surprises and craziness all over the nation, but next to nothing regarding Clemson and that goes to show you that the way this staff recruits and the careful way they go about offering and accepting commitments and the understanding that comes when an offer is accepted is working.
Jamarius Haynes was the only question and that was just a minor blip that turned out to be nothing as the Tigers actually signed two running backs after sitting at 0 for 95% of the cycle.
The Tigers even got a commitment from a transfer. Not one Clemson fans will be satisfied with, but an important one nonetheless.
The race for 2024 has already begun and Clemson and South Carolina are apparently already battling for tackle Blake Franks.
The final ranking for the Class of 2023 won’t be known until February, but as of this writing, the Tigers sit at No. 11 in the 247sports.com rankings.
The most important “recruits” of the day for Clemson football may already be on campus
Then there’s this:
These could be the most important “recruits” of the day.
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A couple of additional former Tigers announced their decisions with Kobe Pace heading to Virginia and Sergio Allen crossing the country to play at California.
Trevor Lawrence is not the only Clemson athlete to go 1/1 in his sport.
Finally, Clemson Men’s Basketball smothered Georgia Tech behind a dominating double-double from P.J. Hall who scored 25 points and gathered 10 rebounds on the evening.
The Tigers are now 10-3 overall and 2-0 in the ACC on the young season and are off until they take on the North Carolina State Wolfpack on December 30th in Littlejohn Coliseum.