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A look at the best bets for the 2003 class.

Amid all the confusion and mayhem, there are some prospects that appear to be level headed and set on one particular school. With that in mind, we will now attempt to deliver the five prospects that have an outstanding chance to sign with the Tigers in February.

Maurice Nelson

Following a win over archrival South Carolina, the Tigers have positioned themselves to overtake the Gamecocks in the 2003 in-state recruiting war.

For the Tigers, a season ending win over South Carolina could prove to be the springboard to landing an outstanding 2003 recruiting class. Just days after the big win; rumored Gamecock leans Eric Young (OL) and Noah Whiteside (WR) suddenly had a change of heart.

Noah Whiteside

10 Reasons to be Excited for About Clemson Football in 2003.

"He's a cool customer out there," said Tommy Bowden of his new starting quarterback. "Height, arm strength, and his composure are his best attributes, and of course his pocket presence is something every quarterback must have. I think it's safe to say that he brings a pretty productive package to the table."

Charlie Whitehurst

A great Tiger tradition could come to a crashing halt.

The events that transpired after the South Carolina game happened to coincide with several other violent acts of looting and vandalism that occurred at other Universities within a month's period. Clemson was unfairly categorized in the same breath as Ohio State and West Virginia.

Clemson Fans

A game by game look back at 2002.

Most experts had pegged a seven or eight win season for the Clemson Tigers in 2002. It turns out those experts were right. The Tigers opened the season with an exciting, yet gut-wrenching loss to nationally ranked Georgia and then closed the year with their best performance in a heart-stopping win over archrival South Carolina.

Wynn Kopp

The good old days of the Tiger Tailgate Show are long gone.

Former Clemson basketball coach Rick Barnes perfected the art of riding around in a golf cart and hobnobbing with fans. Perhaps he may have brought along a pretty blonde to enhance his stature, but I can't exactly remember.

Rick Barnes

Can Tiger Larry Shyatt turn around the Tiger basketball program?

"The school is extremely happy with the way we've carried ourselves and the many different jobs we have as coaches, but the one thing we've got to do is win more games. I would say that quality points in how we win or how we look in winning are less important than the effort we make on the floor, and the results," said head basketball coach Larry Shyatt.

Larry Shyatt

Plus, a detailed look at the 15 biggest names on the planet looking hard at Clemson for the 2003 class.

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

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