First Day in Pads
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First Day in Pads
Today is a big day in fall camp for the Clemson football program. Today is the day that the Tigers put on pads for the first time. Everyone looks good in shorts. Well, almost everyone. But football is a game played in full pads and today the staff will get more answers to their questions. I doubt the quarterbacks will be live this fall. They might have been if
Chad KellyChad Kelly I always thought running backs were hard to evaluate in shorts but that changes today. I am sure the Tigers will have a few sessions of PAW drills and we will find out which running backs have the toughness to break tackles and gain those valuable extra yards.
RS Fr. Quarterback
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Today is a big day in fall camp for the Clemson football program. Today is the day that the Tigers put on pads for the first time.
Everyone looks good in shorts. Well, almost everyone. But football is a game played in full pads and today the staff will get more answers to their questions.
I doubt the quarterbacks will be live this fall. They might have been if
Chad KellyChad Kelly
I always thought running backs were hard to evaluate in shorts but that changes today. I am sure the Tigers will have a few sessions of PAW drills and we will find out which running backs have the toughness to break tackles and gain those valuable extra yards.
At this point I have no idea who the best back is or what the pecking order may be. I think we could see a player or two separate from the pack starting today. Is it the senior DJ Howard? Is Zack Brooks ready to step up his game? In the spring game I thought
Wayne GallmanWayne Gallman
RS Fr. Running Back
#9 6-1, 209
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Today is a big day for the offensive line. We will find out if
Joe GoreJoe Gore
RS Jr. Offensive Tackle
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Is Eric MacLain ready to take over a guard position? Guards have to be able to pull on power plays but much of their time is spent in that nasty part of the game. Is MacLain nasty enough?
Defense will get some answers too. Running around in shorts is easy for a defense. We will start to find out today if this is a good tackling team or not. Is
Tony StewardTony Steward
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So. Outside Linebacker
#10 5-11, 235
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The secondary has some new faces. Can
Cordrea TankersleyCordrea Tankersley
So. Defensive Back
#25 6-1, 195
Beech Island, SC
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RS Fr. Cornerback
#2 5-11, 190
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#20 6-4, 215
Fort Myers, FL
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So. Defensive Back
#18 6-1, 207
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The Tigers look like they will play with the nickel back as their base package. Who is ready to assume the spot? Are
Travis BlanksTravis Blanks
#11 6-0, 210
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So. Defensive Back
#12 5-11, 190
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Yeah, recruiting classes can look good on paper. Players can look athletic and impressive in shorts. But football is played in full pads and today we see what players are ready to increase their role in this team.
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