Clemson players returning/leaving...the latest


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Clemson players returning/leaving...the latest

PHOENIX, AZ - A lot of the locker room conversation after the title game concerned Clemson players who are considering leaving early for the NFL. Here is what we learned....

*Tight end Jordan Leggett told me he is coming back and wants to play with the best quarterback in college football.

*Running back Wayne Gallman told me he didn't know, but he did say that he hates to lose and really wants to win a championship.

*Defensive back Cordrea Tankersley said he is going to talk with his family and that he is undecided.

*Defensive end Kevin Dodd said he wants to go home and sit down with his mother before he makes a decision. Looks like he might be leaning toward leaving.

*Defensive tackle Carlos Watkins said he hasn't thought about it.

*Corner Mackensie Alexander left without comment while safeties T.J. Green and Jayron Kearse offered no comment.


Tags: Kevin Dodd, Carlos Watkins, Cordrea Tankersley, Wayne Gallman, Jordan Leggett, Mackensie Alexander, Jayron Kearse, T.J. Green
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