The summer months have been very kind to Clemson on the recruiting trail, and the updated rankings back it up.
After being ranked 17th at the start of July, the Tigers now sit 5th in the updated standings after winning four commitments in the past month. Two of them came from cornerbacks ranked among the top ten players in their position.
There’s also a new team perched atop the standings, as Penn State holds the top spot. Ohio State, which was previously ranked No.1, drops two spots to No.3, after their class took a few hits over the past week. Like Clemson, Alabama also took a big leap, as the Crimson Tide climbed 19 spots to move up to second.
Sports Illustrated All-American Team Reach Rank (Top 5):
1. State of Pennsylvania (N Â° 4 in July) 24 Verbales
2. Alabama (21) 14 verbal
3. State of Ohio (1) 14 verbal
4. Notre-Dame (2) 19 verbal
5. Clemson: (17) 12 Verbal
The Tigers are still strutting around in the pound-for-pound class department and the 2022 class looks more of the same. He entered the month with QB No.1 and MVP Elite 11 Cade Klubnik and top five wide receivers Adam Randall among the stars, but hit the gas in July with four additions, including two of the top 10. cornerbacks Daylen Everette and Jeadyn Lukus. Toriano Pride, regional star Sherrod Covil and IMG Academy’s Keon Sabb make up America’s best defensive back to date.
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