Clemson Trending Up For The No. 3 Overall Recruit in College Football

first_img However, it appears the Tigers are in the driver’s seat for Flowe’s commitment, at least based on predictions from recruiting analysts.According to 247Sports’ crystal ball predictions, Clemson has dethroned USC as the leader for Justin Flowe. The reigning national champions gained seven votes over the weekend.The Tigers had Flowe on campus for their All-In Cookout, which is an event that allows incoming players and undecided recruits to visit Clemson.Clemson Family I’m Here🖤🐅— Justin Flowe (@justin_flowe) July 26, 2019Flowe committing to Clemson would help solidify its status as the best recruiting class in the country.Not only are the Tigers favored to land Flowe, but they could also receive a commitment from Jordan Burch, the No. 1 recruit in high school.Clemson should remain dominant for years to come, considering its ability to recruit elite talent.[247Sports] Clemson coach Dabo Swinney reacting during a game.SANTA CLARA, CA – JANUARY 07: Head coach Dabo Swinney of the Clemson Tigers reacts against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Levi’s Stadium on January 7, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)Dabo Swinney has already put together a remarkable recruiting class for 2020, but the work isn’t done yet. With several top recruits still on the board, Clemson has its sights set on five-star inside linebacker Justin Flowe.Great linebackers don’t come around every season, and it’s pretty evident that most programs think Flowe has star potential. The California native has received 39 offers throughout his recruitment process.Flowe is the No. 3 overall player in his class and No. 1 recruit at his position, per 247Sports. He’s also the best recruit from his state.Clemson won’t be the only prestigious program in pursuit of Flowe. Other suitors for the five-star linebacker includes Alabama, Arizona State, Georgia, Oregon and USC.last_img read more

Pakistan UN and partners press on with relief efforts 1 month after

Giving a balance sheet of operations in the first month since the 8 October disaster, OCHA cited on the health front the prevention of epidemic outbreaks of major communicable diseases as a big achievement, with 300,000 children vaccinated against measles so far.Among other recent achievements, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has helped fix the Muzaffarabad water supply system, which serves more than 200,000 people and is now 90 per cent restored. UNICEF has also provided more than 1 million packets of chlorine to rural populations, while the UN World Food Programme (WFP) has donated more than 8,300 tons of high-energy biscuits.On education, UNICEF has delivered 300 ‘school-in-a-box’ kits and worked with partners to establish 36 tent schools.Bearing in mind the lack of funding for the flash appeal – with only $133 million of the $550 million sought so far contributed or pledged – the UN and its partners have decided to target up to 200,000 people living in high altitude valleys above the snowline who may become inaccessible within the next four weeks, as well as an estimated 150,000 people who may choose to move down to the lower valleys.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported today that it would be providing half a million blankets and over 20,000 family tents from its global stocks, but the Pakistani Government says more than 241,000 tents are needed together with 3.8 million blankets – or two per head.”We are continuing to look for additional sources of supplies, but our efforts are still hobbled by a lack of funds,” agency spokesperson Jennifer Pagonis told a news briefing in Geneva.Meanwhile, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) warned that with some 17,000 quake-affected women expected to give birth in the next two months, 1,200 will face major complications and about 400 require surgical assistance.To help local authorities address this situation, UNFPA is providing clean delivery kits, caesarean section kits, emergency supplies and much-needed surgical equipment to health centres and referral facilities. read more