Despite having one of their better seasons over the past decade, Wake Forest finished dead last on the recruiting trail in the ACC.
While Dave Clawson and the the rest of his staff are able to land quality three-star recruits, Wake Forest hasn’t been able to attract a four-star recruit since 2000. But the time will eventually come for Wake Forest who showed vast improvement under Clawson in 2017.
In their newest class of future Deamon Deacons, Wake Forest signed 17 three-star prospects and thee two-star prospects.
That being said, Wake Forest brought in one top-500 player this cycle in defensive end Michael Allen from Lanier High School in Buford, Georgia. They also signed the top rated quarterback out of Pennsylvania in Tayvon Bowers.
The good news for the Deamon Deacons is that they already have a commitment in their 2018 class from quarterback Sam Hartman, the 21st overall pro style quarterback.