Clemson Football: 2024 signees who will have the biggest impact as freshmen

There are freshmen who contribute every season for Clemson Football. Here are the five players from the Class of 2024 who will make an immediate impact next year.

Jefferson's Sammy Brown.

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Jefferson's Sammy Brown. News Joshua L Jones / Joshua L. Jones / USA TODAY NETWORK
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Clemson Football has most likely completed its Class of 2024. There is always a chance that someone might pop up on their radar between now and the February signing window, but they would need a few more roster spots to open for that.

As a quick aside, there are a few people who think another commitment is coming, but you look at the evidence and decide for yourself.

Every season, the Tigers get some kind of contribution from their freshmen. Sometimes it is small: a freshman plays a key backup role or makes a play as a rotational player that flashes their future abilities.

Then there are seasons like 2023. The Tigers saw notable contributions from players like Tyler Brown, Khalil Barnes, and TJ Parker. Peter Woods, Harris Sewell, and Avieon Terrell all saw significant playing time as the season progressed. Shelton Lewis, Kylen Webb, and Dee Crayton are expected to get increased snaps next season.

It isn’t always the 5-stars that make an immediate impact. Brown, Barnes, and Terrell were all rated as 3-star prospects by 247Sports coming out of high school.

There is no doubt that some of the incoming freshmen will contribute to Clemson Football in 2024. Here are the five players most likely to make an immediate impact.