Two of Clemson's committed prospects in the 2013 recruiting class have been elevated to four stars by Scout.com.
LB Ben Boulware and RB Wayne Gallman were each moved up by Scout.com experts after impressive senior seasons and in-person evaluations at two all-star games.
Boulware participated in the Under-Armour All-American game while Gallman was in the Offense-Defense Bowl.
Boulware was named a team-captain in Orlando is now ranked as the No. 13 middle linebacker prospect in America.
"Boulware was arguably the top linebacker in Orlando on the practice field and in the game," notes National Recruiting Analyst Chad Simmons. "He was always around the ball, he flew around each play, and he drew a lot of praise from former NFL star Lavar Arrington."
Meanwhile Gallman is now ranked as the No. 40 running back in the country as well.
"Coach Morris told me to be ready to come in and play," Gallman told Scout.com. "I'm not going to redshirt. I just have to get up there and do what I can do. I've been getting better, getting the pass out of the backfield. Speed, coming down the hole, I'm good with all that. I keep working on my footwork, speed, hands, and on getting bigger," he said.
Clemson currently has 13 commitments for the 2013 class. As of Wednesday morning, that class is ranked 25th in the country by Scout.com.
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