Clemson has averaged 16-17 players per class for the last 3 years (Last year they only had 14). To be so successful it seems odd. I was able to find the following from Dabo on Tigernet: https://www.tigernet.com/story/football ... -off-15600. For some odd reason I can not copy and past from this source but it essentially states Clemson does not run players off, players don't want to leave the program, and Swinney does not believe in over signing so he only offers scholarships he has to offer.
Considering Clemson's recent success is Swinney on to something? I am watching Pruitt right now chase every player available in the nation and handing out scholarships like crazy. I know our situation is more desperate but Clemson was not a high swinging program with Dabo took it over either so I wonder if it is something worth emulating? Everyone seems so intent on copying Saban who loves over signing but maybe a good model for a legacy school like Tennessee might be over the mountain.
Considering Clemson's recent success is Swinney on to something?
He is getting one less recruiting class every 4 years compared to Bama. He is leaving himself no room for when a class doesn't work out.