WATCH: Coordinators break down game, progress out of spring


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Clemson's spring game featured the debut of freshman QB Trevor Lawrence, who got going early with a 50-yard TD pass on his second throw of the day.

Tigers co-coordinators Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott break down Lawrence and the QBs, receivers making some moves and more below:

Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables called plays on both sides of the Orange & White game and was pleased with the effort Saturday.

His full assessment below:

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