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I created this map of where Clemson has gone the past 5 recruiting cycles to get players.
Thought I'd pass it along.
If you follow the link, it's a lot more detailed.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Keith Niebuhr 17 months ago
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Pretty cool little feature. Would love to see someone like USC or OSU (with Meyer now). Just wondering how much they go out of state to get their recruits.
Impressive. Bet Clemson fans are thrilled at the scope of their recruiting footprint......then they were told that Dabo was still their coach.....
We just signed three top 100 players out of Texas
But USC or ND would dominate this discussion
Took the sail out of my bragging...
In wish I had one for Nebraska. It would blow people's mind. I can't think of a major state we haven't cherry licked.. Eh eh, Picked
Cal Oregon Arizona Colorado Texas Kansas Nebraska Iowa South Dakota Wisconsin Iowa Illinois Missouri Louisiana Missisippi Alabama Georgia Florida Maryland Ohio New Jersey Nevada
Those are just states I know we've had in the team over the last 5 years. N also actively recruits the Carolina's Oklahoma Minnesota Washington Indiana Michigan Virginia and more.
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Thats awesome! None of Clemson's past 5 recruiting classes has ever beaten South Carolina. Sounds like Clemson has a coaching problem.
Cool feature, but no body cares about Clemson.
Maybe use small dots next time instead of some flag type icon that has 18 take up the whole east coast.
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