(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Earlier this week, college football’s National Signing Day wrapped up with Alabama taking home top honors with the nation’s best recruiting class for the sixth time in eight years.It’s a huge win for Nick Saban and company after their devastating title loss to the Clemson Tigers, who took home the No. 1 recruiting class in the ACC.Dabo Swinney landed the No. 10 overall class in the country during the 2019 cycle and the team is already off to a hot start for the 2020 class as well.According to 247Sports, Clemson is the heavy favorite to land the No. 1 quarterback recruit in the 2020 class.Recruiting insider Steve Wiltfong wrote about Clemson’s hot start on the 2020 recruiting trail.The Tigers are starting to trend on the 247Sports Crystal Ball for the nation’s No. 1 prospect, five-star defensive end Bryan Bresee, and have been considered the leader for quite some time regarding the top-ranked quarterback in the class in DJ Uiagalelei. As things stand right now, I could see Bresee and Uiagalelei battling each other for that No. 1 prospect spot with Uiagalelei currently checking in at No. 9.If the Tigers land Uiagalelei, he would be the second No. 1 quarterback recruit to choose Clemson in the past three years – freshman sensation Trevor Lawrence signed with the Tigers in the 2018 class.Lawrence would have one year left before he leaves for the NFL draft – if he decides to leave when eligible.
Rabat – The sale of 8% shares in Maroc Telecom by the Moroccan government would increase the budget by MAD 8.87 Billion.The sale is part of a government privatization program to slash the budget deficit by 0.6%.Read Also; Morocco to Sell Maroc Telecom Shares to Local InvestorsReuters reported that the government will sell 6% to local institutional investors, while the other 2% will be sold on the Casablanca Stock Exchange. The Moroccan government’s ownership of the company is expected to drop to 22% from 33% following the sale.Maroc Telecom is an influential communication firm in Africa. It owns subsidiaries in a number of countries including Mali,Mauritania,Niger, and the Central African Republic.In addition to Maroc Telecom, the Moroccan government also seeks to sell their holdings in La Mamounia hotel in Marrakech as well as the Tahaddart power plant in Northern Morocco in order to inject millions of dirhams into its budget. read more