Guillermo picked as ESPN's most underrated 2016 Clemson player

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Guillermo will anchor the offensive line this upcoming season

Clemson's starting center Jay Guillermo was rated as Clemson's most underrated player for 2016 by ESPN.

"The Tigers' offensive line was radically improved in 2015 and Guillermo was a big reason why," ESPN said. "Consider he missed the spring for personal reasons, and was not even the first-team center when the season began. But after Ryan Norton got hurt, Guillermo stepped into the starting lineup and never left -- anchoring a line that helped the Tigers average over 220 yards rushing while allowing just 18 total sacks."

Guillermo was named second-team All-ACC (ACSMA) this past season and was picked as the offense's most improved player at Clemson's Football Awards Banquet back in January.

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