Morris, DeBeer Lost for Remainder of Spring

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Morris had had 44 tackles for the season, including a season high 13 in the Tangerine Bowl.

Clemson, SC-Clemson lost two players for the remainder of spring
practice during practice on Wednesday. Offensive lineman Tim DeBeer
suffered a dislocated ankle and linebacker Kelvin Morris suffered a
knee injury during the practice that took two-hours and 45 minutes.

Morris's injury could be serious. He will be evaluated later
in the week. Morris is slated to move into a starting linebacker
position. He served as a reserve behind Altroy Bodrick last season.
He had 44 tackles for the season, including a season high 13 in the
Tangerine Bowl. The rising senior from Timmonsville, SC played in
all 13 games last year, one as a starter.

DeBeer red-shirted the 2002 season as an offensive tackle.
The 20-year-old tackle led his Marist High School team to a 9-2
record and a berth in the second round of the state playoffs two
years ago. He was listed as a second-team tackle prior to the

Clemson did scrimmage for an hour on Wednesday. One of the
offensive highlights was a 75-yard run by Reggie Merriweather. One
of the top defensive plays was a 60-yard interception return for a
touchdown by reserve cornerback Ryan Hemby.

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