Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples takes a look at the practice of oversigning by college football programs, compiling the number of recruits schools signed over the last five years.
Boston College has averaged a class size of 21.4 scholarship players over the last five years. That average class size ranks ninth in the ACC.
It probably shouldn't come as a surprise that Florida State and Miami top the list of largest class sizes over the past five years. The Seminoles have signed 26 players on average, the 16th highest average in the nation. It also seems hardly surprising that eight SEC schools are in the top 25 re: class size the last five years.
Virginia Tech ranks third in the conference with 24 scholarships a class, with UNC close behind with 23.8.
What I found a bit surprising is the average class size of Clemson (20.8), which is just 10th highest in the ACC. Clemson's average class sizes were higher than only Georgia Tech's (19) and Wake Forest's (18.8).
Full ACC statistics below.