Re-Evaluating Clemson's 2011 Recruiting Class

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Re-Evaluating Clemson's 2011 Recruiting Class
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Former Clemson star Sammy Watkins

Clemson's 2015 recruiting class is shaping up to be one of the best, if not the best, in school history. Currently, the Tigers have the No. 2-ranked class for 2015, with 20 verbal commitments, per 247Sports.

However, it was the class of 2011 that is arguably the best in school history. 

Players such as Sammy Watkins, Stephone Anthony and Martavis Bryant were among the 2011 class. Watkins alone makes the class a success, but the depth of the entire class stands out.

Several players from the 2011 class, such as Anthony, Tony Steward and Cole Stoudt will play big roles in 2014. Of the 24 starting positions, including kicker and punter, as many as 14 members of the class of 2011 will start, or are in contention to start, this fall. 

30 players enrolled at Clemson in 2011. Of those players, only six left the program. 

Here is a closer look at Clemson's class of 2011. 

All recruiting rankings are courtesy of 247Sports.

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