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In the Spotlight
The Tigers welcome 26 new players in 2004.

The 2004 recruiting class at Clemson University is intriguing in many ways. Not only did the Tigers bring in more linemen and tight ends than any other class in recent memory, they also added the services of two of the most underrated quarterback prospects in the southeast.

Andrew Diomande

The Next Charlie Whitehurst
Cullen Harper and Tribble Reese come to Clemson ready to compete.

Quarterback controversy: for some it seems like two taboo words.

The media and fans eat it up. Coaches and players try to shy away from it. Change those words to competition for a starting spot, and suddenly coaches will twist it as a wonderful thing to have.

Tribble Reese

Start Spreadin' the News
NY native Elsmore Gabriel is a player you might want to familiarize yourself with- fast.

Elsmore Gabriel's senior high school season started with a bang, followed with a break and finished with a boom. And if he can have anywhere near the impact while at Clemson that he had at Christ The King High School in New York City, Tiger fans are going to chomping at the bit for the next few years.

Elsmore Gabriel

Q&A with David Blackwell
The Tigers recruiting coordinator talks to us about the 2004 class.

"You look at the teams that are competing for the National Championship and they all are stacked on the offensive and defensive lines," said Blackwell. "That's where the game is won. The more big guys we could sign in this class that had speed, the better."

David Blackwell

Spring Ball Preview
An in-depth look at every position battle on the table this spring.

Coming off a 9-4 season with dominating performances in each of the final four games, the biggest question that will be asked this year concerns whether or not the Tigers can maintain that momentum and compete for an ACC Championship in 2004.

Pugh, Fudge, and Hill

25 Recruiting Profiles
Everything you need to know about every player in the 2004 class.

From the high school coach to Tommy Bowden, we've got all the insight you can stand on every single player in the 2004 recruiting class. Tidbits, notes, and insight that you won't find anywhere else will be right here!

Mike Hamlin

Top 10 Things You Need to Know
10 bold predictions about the 2004 recruiting class.

When trying to judge individual talent at the high school level, you have to consider much more than just skills on the field. You have to consider character, intelligence, adaptability, and a whole host of other attributes that are difficult to quantify. And more times than not, the 1-star prospects become future first round draft picks and the 5-star "can't miss" athletes end up as career benchwarmers.

Akeem Robinson

Also, a national view of football and basketball recruiting from Jamie Newberg and Dave Telep will appear in each issue.

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