Collins To Be Special Assistant

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One of the hardest working players on the Clemson team will not suit up in 2005. Michael Collins will serve as a special assistant coach under Dabo Swinney. Collins has been having problems with his hip that has prevented him from competing at a high level.

Collins has always been praised for his work ethic on and off the field. Collins played extremely hard and with a lot of emotion while on the playing field. Collins will look to mentor his current teammates and the incoming wide receivers in the fall. Collins is to be commended for the effort he gave the Tigers. Hopefully, Collins will be able to install his attitude and dedication into the other receivers.

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