Jeff Scott's reputation as one of the nation's top recruiters continues to grow.
Scott, Clemson's wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator, has been ranked No. 7 among the nation's recruiting assistants by ESPN's Jeremy Crabtree, based on the Tigers' still-in-progress 2015 class of commitments.
Crabtree notes that while Dabo Swinney's staff successfully employs a team recruiting effort involving multiple coaches, "Scott has had a hand in nearly every recruit (Clemson) has pulled in."
Scott's recruiting efforts have been recognized on numerous occasions in the past, including a top-25 ranking by Rivals in 2012.
Clemson's 2015 class of commitments is currently ranked second in the nation by both Rivals and ESPN, third by 247Sports and fifth by Scout.
The Tigers have 10 ESPN Top 300 players, including six ranked in the top 125.
Alabama's Mario Cristobal was cited by Crabtree as the nation's top recruiter.