Clemson Football Injury Report


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Pos: QB   Height: 6-2   Weight: 218   Hometown: Gainesville, GA (Gainesville HS)  
Years Played: 2014 - 2016

Here are the Clemson Football personnel updates in the notes section for the upcoming Russell Athletic Bowl featuring Clemson and Oklahoma.

Zac BrooksZac Brooks
Jr. Running Back
#24 6-1, 199
Jonesboro, AR

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(RB) Out for season, foot injury sustained August 18 in practice.

Travis BlanksTravis Blanks
Jr. Safety
#11 6-0, 210
Tallahassee, FL

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(SAF)--Out, Recovering from torn ACL suffered in 2013. Will redshirt season.

Martin JenkinsMartin Jenkins
RS Sr. Cornerback
#14 5-9, 185
Roswell, GA

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(CB)-Has played just three games due to a midfoot sprain, but should be back for bowl game.

Adam ChoiceAdam Choice
Fr. Running Back
#26 5-10, 211
Thomasville, GA

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(RB)--Out for season with torn ACL sustained at Boston College.

T.J. GreenT.J. Green
So. Safety
#15 6-3, 205
Sylacauga, AL

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(DB)--Missed last two games with hamstring injury, but should be back for bowl game.

Jay Jay McCulloughJay Jay McCullough
RS So. Tight End
#89 6-3, 248
Fort Mill, SC

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(TE)--Has missed last three regular season games due to suspension. He remains suspended at this time.

Stanton SeckingerStanton Seckinger
RS Jr. Tight End
#81 6-4, 241
Isle of Palms, SC

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(TE)--Suffered knee injury against South Carolina and will not play against Oklahoma

Deshaun WatsonDeshaun Watson
Fr. Quarterback
#4 6-3, 204
Gainesville, GA

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(QB)--Out for bowl game after surgery to repair torn ACL.

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