Opposing coaches size up the Tigers
|2013-08-05 09:03:45.0- -||
Athlon Sports asked coaches in the ACC to share anonymously their view of Clemson's personnel (and others in the ACC).
The ACC coaches had some interesting things to say about the Clemson football team.
“Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
RS Sr. Quarterback
#10 6-1, 225
View Full Profile, for as good a year as he had, is still inconsistent. Our defensive staff feels like he’s got a chance to play as much for the opponent as he does his own team. He did a lot of good things last year and got better, lost weight, and is a lot better because of it. But sometimes he does things that make you wonder what’s he thinking."
"The loss of (tailback) Andre EllingtonAndre Ellington
#23 5-10, 195
Moncks Corner, SC
View Full Profile is big. I don’t think he got enough credit nationally. He was a really good player." …
"The skill positions make Clemson go. They get three or four great players on offense, and they’ve got a pretty good chance to be good every year. The talent at receiver is as good as anywhere. You see their backup receivers and say, ‘My god, they are better than our receivers.’ …
"Defensively, I thought they were very average. Nobody on the D-line scares you. Nobody at the linebacker position scares you." …
"Stephone AnthonyStephone Anthony
#42 6-2, 235
View Full Profile was a highly rated linebacker coming in, and he has hardly done anything. It’s time for highly recruited guys to be developed and step up.”
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