Swinney updates several injuries on the team

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Clemson coach Dabo Swinney spoke with reporters during his weekly teleconference on Sunday night and shared the updated injury news on several players.

"We came through it [BC game] in pretty good shape," Swinney said.

"High ankle sprain," Swinney on Clemson backup left tackle Tremayne Anchrum's injury. "He will probably be out this week but I will know more tomorrow."

Swinney said that they will hold Mike Williams at practice on Monday but is expected to be back on Tuesday.

Ryan Carter and Christian Wilkins will be ready to go tomorrow at practice after minor injuries during the Boston College game.

Swinney said that wide receiver Hunter Renfrow has been practicing and they are making sure he is ready once his cast is off.

"Renfrow is staying in shape and just waiting to get that cast-off," Swinney said. "He will be back for Florida State, no doubt about that."

Swinney also laughed at a question that defensive end Austin Bryant would be a candidate for a redshirt this season.

"No, hell no, heck no," Swinney said. He went on to say that it is a long season and that Bryant will be a major factor this season.

Swinney also praised K'Von Wallace by sharing that by the time he leaves Clemson, he will be extremely versatile being able to play nickel, dime, both corner spots, and both safety spots.

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