Swinney on Hyatt: "He is incredibly talented"

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Dabo Swinney said in a radio interview with 105.5 The Roar at the Clemson media golf outing at the Reserve at Keowee on Wednesday that true freshman offensive tackle Mitch HyattMitch Hyatt
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gives his football team the best chance to win right now heading into fall camp.

"Well, I am sure glad he was here in January and If I have to go with a true freshman I am glad to have a guy like Mitch Hyatt to roll with," said Swinney about Hyatt. "He's a good one. He is incredibly talented and has a bright, bright future, loves football, loves the whole process of football and the whole process of being a great offensive lineman in particular.

Swinney has been impressed with Hyatt as a true freshman.

"Bright and he certainly will have that opportunity going in Day One as he gives up the best chance right here coming out what I have seen in the spring. Obviously, you have to go through camp and all that kind of stuff and go compete. But I think as far freshman go, you would be hard to find a better one out there but at the end of the day, he is still a freshman."

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