Crootin’: Clemson Passes Georgia In National Rankings, EVERYBODY PANIC!


Georgia is in great shape to finish the recruiting season as a top 3 class. If Georgia can get a couple of key guys to flip then they will definitely be challenging the Tide for first place. The real shocker is that Clemson has found its way into the top 3 by hopping over Georgia and landing just behind Alabama and number 2. It comes as a shock to me because if I am a recruit, and I saw how bad they got beat in the first game against UGA, I am committing elsewhere.

Here is a breakdown of the current standings:

  • Alabama: Top Recruit- Calvin Ridley WR (5 stars)

 

  • Clemson: Top Recruit: Ray-Ray McCloud ATH (I think we know who the award for best name goes to)

 

  • Georgia: Top Recuit: Terry Godwin ATH (5 stars)

 

  • South Carolina: Top Recruit: Jalen Christian ATH (4 stars)

 

  • Tennessee: Top Recruit: Kahill McKenzie DL (5 stars)

 

Clearly the SEC is dominating recruiting yet again, and it looks to only get better for the SEC as more athletes will sign their letters of intent on signing day. Georgia has the most complete class outside of Alabama, and Clemson is ahead of Georgia solely because of a couple late 4 star commits. Once signing day rolls around look out for FSU, Auburn, and Georgia all to make a push to beat the Crimson Tide for top class in the country.

 

*All recruiting stats brought to you by Rivals.com,  247sports.com, and ESPNinsider.com

 

 

-Alex

Posted on October 30, 2014, in ACC, Alabama, Auburn, Blog, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Bulldogs, Recruiting, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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