LOOK: Clelin Ferrell thanks Army veteran by giving him Clemson jersey


by - Assoc. Editor -

Clelin Ferrell and several of his former Clemson teammates spent a busy Saturday afternoon signing autographs at the Haywood Mall.

After the paid signing was finished, Ferrell was seen spending a few moments with an Army veteran and reportedly thanked him for his service by giving him a game-day used Clemson jersey.

Ferrell will be one of many that will be remembered by Clemson for their contributions off the field as well as their accomplishments on the gridiron from this past season's National Championship team.

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