WATCH: Tigers on spring game, position battles


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The Tigers talked some spring game details after Wednesday's practice session.

Per Clemson co-OC Tony Elliott, Bill Spiers will coach one team and Mickey Conn the other, with Brandon Streeter calling plays on one side and the co-OC duo of Jeff Scott and Elliott play-calling on the other side. Brent Venables will be the defensive coordinator for both teams.

In the QB rotation, returning starter Kelly Bryant will team up with redshirt freshman Chase Brice on one team and sophomore Hunter Johnson and true freshman Trevor Lawrence will play on the other side.

Elliott said the QBs will see equal reps to show what they can do Saturday. More from Elliott on position battles and more:

C Gage Cervenka

DT Nyles Pinckney

S Isaiah Simmons

LB J.D. Davis

Tags: Kelly Bryant, Gage Cervenka, Nyles Pinckney, Isaiah Simmons, Chase Brice, Hunter Johnson, Trevor Lawrence
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