Moped accident puts Clemson DB in yellow jersey

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Pos: S   Height: 6-0   Weight: 210   Hometown: Orangeburg, SC (Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS)  
Years Played: 2013 - 2016

Clemson safety Jadar JohnsonJadar Johnson
Jr. Defensive Back
#18 6-0, 200
Orangeburg, SC

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was held out of practice on Monday because of a moped accident.

Johnson wore a yellow jersey and mostly watched practice.

"He (Johnson) had a little moped scuffle," Swinney said after practice Monday. "Scuffle with a moped. He should be alright."

Swinney was asked jokingly by the local media on Monday if mopeds should be banned from use from his football team. "Never," Swinney said. "They got to handle their business. Wear helmets and be safe. Whether you are in a car or moped, riding a bike, or whatever it is be safe. Sometimes there are things that you don't control."

The next time you see someone riding a moped down the street in Clemson, it just might be Mr. Swinney.

"I ride a moped but I wear a helmet. I ride all over town. No one knows who I am," Swinney said. "I cruise all over the place. I love it. It's fun."

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