A University of Clemson Football Helmet faces off against an Ohio State University football helmet as the two schools go head to head for the best National Division I Signing Day prospects.

This week’s social media poll results are in and it was a nail biter. We asked our followers which school was having the best National Division I signing period: Clemson or Ohio State. The two schools came in neck and neck – Clemson received a slight edge with 50.5% of votes. Ohio State came in just behind with 49.5%.

The results did draw a clear line between our followers on differing social media platforms: Ohio State won 60% of the vote on Twitter and Clemson claimed 61% of the vote on Facebook.

Facebook post: football emoji National Division I football signing period started with some big-time recruits signing and some huge steals. But which school was the biggest winner so far Clemson University, for picking up the nation’s top recruit DT Bryan Breese or Ohio State Buckeyes and their receiver heavy group, including five-star WR Julian Fleming. fire emoji Think another school was the biggest winner? Give us your takes in the comments below. fire emoji
Facebook Poll Results: 61% for Clemson, 39% for Ohio State
Tweet: football emoji Which school was the biggest winner at the National Division I Football Signing? @ClemsonUniv, for picking up the nation’s top recruit DT Bryan Breese or @OhioStAthletics and their receiver heavy group, including five-star WR Julian Fleming.
Twitter Poll Results: 40% for Clemon, 60% for Ohio State

Regardless of who you picked, it’s clear that both Ohio State and Clemson improved their rosters with these signings. Clemson’s group ranked as the consensus top class in the country, signing the nation’s two top recruits: Defensive Tackle Bryan Breese and Pro-Style Quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei. They also added an impressive 8 five-star recruits.

Ohio State’s class was not as star-studded but is nonetheless sure to be full of NFL Talent. The Buckeyes signed two five-star recruits and lead the Big Ten with 15 four-star players, including five-star WR Julian Fleming — the number one Wide Receiver prospect. They also landed C.J Stroud, considered to be the number two pro-style quarterback in the country. To protect him, they brought in 5-star offensive tackle Paris Johnson Jr.

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