A scouting report on Zion Williamson, who will announce his college decision on Saturday: Basics Height/Weight: 6-foot-6, 275 pounds Position: Combo forward School: Spartanburg Day School College finalists: Clemson, South Carolina, Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky Recruiting ranking: No.
Clemson will try to reach the College Football Playoff for the fourth consecutive season in 2018. The ACC released the 2018 schedule on Wednesday. Here is the path the Tigers will face: Sept. 1 FURMAN Sept. 8 at Texas A&M Sept. 15 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Sept. 22 at Georgia Tech Sept. 29 SYRACUSE Oct. 6 at Wake Forest Oct. 20 NC STATE Oct. 27 at Florida State Nov. 3 LOUISVILLE Nov. 10 at Boston College Nov. 17 DUKE Nov. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA
Zion Williamson isn’t the type of basketball prospect Clemson typically lands. The 247Sports composite rankings date back 15 years to 2003. During that time, the Tigers have signed one five-star recruit and six top 100 prospects. Yet, Clemson is viewed as the favorite to land Williamson, the No. 3 overall recruit in the country, heading into his 8 p.m. Saturday announcement at Spartanburg Day School.
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