By the Stars: Clemson-Georgia Tech

By the Stars: Clemson-Georgia Tech


By the Stars: Clemson-Georgia Tech

Second-ranked Clemson takes on Georgia Tech this Saturday at Bobby Dodd Stadium for its Week 4 game. Let’s see how each team’s starting roster matches up from a recruiting (star rating) standpoint.

Clemson Georgia Tech
Offense Player Rating Rating Player Offense
LT Mitch Hyatt 5-star 3-star Zach Quinney LT
LG John Simpson 4-star 3-star Parker Braun LG
C Justin Falcinelli 3-star 2-star Jahaziel Lee C
RG Sean Pollard 4-star 3-star Will Bryan RG
RT Tremayne Anchrum 3-star 3-star Andrew Marshall RT
WR Tee Higgins 5-star 2-star Jalen Camp WR
TE Milan Richard 4-star 3-star Brad Stewart WR
QB Kelly Bryant 3-star 3-star TaQuon Marshall QB
RB Travis Etienne 4-star 3-star KirVonte Benson BB
WR Hunter Renfrow Unranked 3-star Qua Searcy AB
WR Amari Rodgers 4-star 2-star Clinton Lynch AB
Defense Player Rating Rating Player Defense
DE Clelin Ferrell 4-star 3-star Desmond Branch DE
DT Dexter Lawrence 5-star 3-star Kyle Cerge Henderson NT
DT Christian Wilkins 5-star 3-star Anree Saint-Amour DE
DE Austin Bryant 4-star 3-star Vic Alexander Jack
SLB Isaiah Simmons 3-star 3-star Brant Mitchell ILB
MLB Tre Lamar 4-star 3-star David Curry ILB
WLB Kendall Joseph 3-star 3-star Jalen Johnson Stinger
CB A.J. Terrell 4-star 3-star Jaitlyn Askew CB
FS Tanner Muse 3-star Unranked Malik Rivera FS
SS K’Von Wallace 3-star 3-star Tariq Carpenter SS
CB Trayvon Mullen 4-star 3-star Tre’ Swilling CB

There’s no debate on which team recruits better. On paper, Clemson’s roster is much more talented than Tech’s. The Tigers have a recruiting edge at every position. Unless the offense stalls this weekend or the Yellow Jackets find a way to get around Clemson’s monster defensive line, the Tigers will take their second victory in a row at Bobby Dodd.



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