|by Mickey Plyler - Radio Host - 2013-11-07 09:45:45.0||
The quarterback position will miss Tajh BoydTajh Boyd The running backs have some promise in the long term with players like sophomore Zac BrooksZac Brooks Next year the Tigers will miss another one of the best receivers in school history in Watkins but freshmen like Mike WilliamsMike Williams There is a new tradition of productivity in tight ends at Clemson and freshman Jordan LeggettJordan Leggett The freshmen and sophomore offensive linemen that have the highest potential in my mind include Isaiah BattleIsaiah Battle Shaq LawsonShaq Lawson The best of the young defensive tackles could be Scott PaganoScott Pagano At linebacker BJ Goodson is a sophomore that continues to improve. Kellen JonesKellen Jones Perhaps the most impressive group of young players in the program is in the secondary. This season Jayron KearseJayron Kearse The kicking duties will have a huge void to fill when Chandler CatanzaroChandler Catanzaro I think this football team will change a lot in the next few seasons as new faces try to replace the current stars. However, I don't expect a big drop off in that the talent level across the board looks like it should stay at a high level for the foreseeable future.
Young Players Impress
In two weeks Clemson fans will say goodbye to the senior class on Senior Day. They will also see Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
Jr. Wide Receiver
#2 6-1, 205
Fort Myers, FL
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RS Sr. Quarterback
#10 6-1, 225
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RS Fr. Quarterback
#11 6-2, 210
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So. Running Back
#24 6-1, 185
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RS So. Running Back
#32 5-11, 185
View Full Profile. The staff liked what they saw in the pre-season from a healthy Tyshon DyeTyshon Dye
Fr. Running Back
#23 6-1, 205
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Fr. Running Back
#9 6-1, 195
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Fr. Wide Receiver
#7 6-5, 205
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RS Fr. Wide Receiver
#5 6-0, 170
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Fr. Tight End
#16 6-6, 235
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So. Offensive Tackle
#79 6-6, 280
View Full Profile, Eric MacLain, Tyrone CrowderTyrone Crowder
Fr. Offensive Line
#55 6-2, 325
View Full Profile, Ryan NortonRyan Norton
RS So. Offensive Line
#58 6-3, 270
View Full Profile and Jay GuillermoJay Guillermo
RS Fr. Center
#57 6-2, 290
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Fr. Defensive End
#90 6-4, 260
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RS Fr. Defensive End
#53 6-2, 255
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Fr. Defensive Tackle
#56 6-4, 280
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RS So. Linebacker
#52 6-1, 215
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Fr. Outside Linebacker
#10 6-1, 230
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#20 6-4, 205
Fort Myers, FL
View Full Profile and Korrin WigginsKorrin Wiggins
Fr. Defensive Back
#12 6-1, 185
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Fr. Defensive Back
#2 5-11, 185
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#21 6-1, 170
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Fr. Defensive Back
#29 6-1, 180
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Gr. Punter / Kicker
#39 6-2, 195
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#92 6-5, 230
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The quarterback position will miss Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
The running backs have some promise in the long term with players like sophomore Zac BrooksZac Brooks
Next year the Tigers will miss another one of the best receivers in school history in Watkins but freshmen like Mike WilliamsMike Williams
There is a new tradition of productivity in tight ends at Clemson and freshman Jordan LeggettJordan Leggett
The freshmen and sophomore offensive linemen that have the highest potential in my mind include Isaiah BattleIsaiah Battle
Shaq LawsonShaq Lawson
The best of the young defensive tackles could be Scott PaganoScott Pagano
At linebacker BJ Goodson is a sophomore that continues to improve. Kellen JonesKellen Jones
Perhaps the most impressive group of young players in the program is in the secondary. This season Jayron KearseJayron Kearse
The kicking duties will have a huge void to fill when Chandler CatanzaroChandler Catanzaro
I think this football team will change a lot in the next few seasons as new faces try to replace the current stars. However, I don't expect a big drop off in that the talent level across the board looks like it should stay at a high level for the foreseeable future.
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