WATCH: Clemson's Next Offensive Stars


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The Clemson Tigers enjoyed an embarrassment of riches on an offensive unit that took them all the way to a National Championship. Now, they must turn the page and find out who will replace some of the best players the Tigers have ever had. Wide receivers Deon Cain, Ray-Ray McCloud, Hunter Renfrow and running back Tavien Feaster hope to continue carving up defenses as Clemson goes for a repeat. Check out Clemson's Next Offensive Stars in the ACC Digital Network's Spring Spotlight series.

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