Injury Ends Jamison's Clemson Career

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College Station, TX-- Clemson senior defensive lineman Vontrell Jamison suffered a torn achilles tendon during Clemson’s 27-6 loss to Texas A&M. According to Clemson Sports Information Director Tim Bourret, Jamison will be lost for the year which likely means his Clemson career is over. Jamison had been playing with a cast for a broken arm he suffered in the preseason.

Going into the Texas A&M game, Jamison was in on 53 plays and accounted for 4 tackles. Last season, Jamison had 27 tackles and 10 quarterback pressures.

Former tight end Bobby Williamson will likely see more playing time with the injury to Jamison.

Clemson Defensive Line

Pos.	#	Player			Hgt	Wgt	Cl.
DE	86 	CHARLES BENNETT		6-4	245	*Jr.
	52	Vontrell Jamison	6-7	285	*Sr.
	81	Bobby Williamson	6-3	255	*Jr.
DT	76 	ERIC COLEMAN		6-5	290	Sr.
	44	Donnell Clark		6-2	265	*So.
DT	92 	TREY TATE		6-4	275	*Jr.
	7	Cory Groover		6-3	280	Jr.
	91	Chris McDuffie		6-4	310	*Fr.
	93 	Gaines Adams		6-5	250	*So.

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