Clemson OL had surgery on shoulder, neck


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Clemson OL had surgery on shoulder, neck

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney held his Sunday night media teleconference and shared that redshirt freshman offensive lineman Noah Dehond had successful surgery Wednesday with his nerve injury.

Dehond has been battling some issues with his shoulder and neck region and will be out of action for a while.

"Noah had some surgery on Wednesday," he said. He has been dealing with a neck, shoulder issue. He had his surgery on Halloween, actually. He is recovering. It'll be a two to three-month process getting him back where he needs to be. Hopefully, that will go well. He's doing good."

Swinney talked about the talented lineman recently with how important he is to the future of the offensive line.

"He's just a redshirt freshman and he's got a lot of football down the road," he said. "Hopefully - and I guess with the new rule, he can get this year back...He's a guy has a lot of football in front of him. I was looking forward to getting some experience for him this year. He's a mountain of a man. We've got to get him healthy."

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