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Clelin Ferrell, Austin Bryant returning to Clemson in 2018

Two of the top pass-rushing prospects in the nation will be delaying their jump to the next level.

Instead of entering the 2018 NFL draft, Clemson’s Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant will be returning to school next season: 112 more words

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Deon Cain NFL draft profile

Deon Cain | WR | Clemson

Height | 6-1

Weight | 190

Class | Junior

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The latest in a long line of talented pass-catchers to come out of Death Valley in recent years, Cain was relied on by freshman quarterback Kelly Bryant in 2017 after the Tigers’ top three receivers departed for the pros. 79 more words

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WATCH: Alabama's Da'Ron Payne toe-taps for 300-pound TD catch

If your favorite NFL team values versatility, you’ll love Alabama defensive lineman Da’Ron Payne.

Not only can the 300-pounder dominate the line of scrimmage, he can make big plays when the ball gets near him, too. 59 more words

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Alabama CB Anthony Averett sprains ankle getting off the bus

No, seriously.

Alabama could be without a key defensive starter when they face Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, all because of a hole in the ground. 86 more words

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Clelin Ferrell NFL draft profile

Clelin Ferrell | EDGE | Clemson

Height | 6-5

Weight | 260

Class | Redshirt Sophomore

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It’s easy to get overlooked when you play on arguably the most talented and dominant defensive line in college football, but Ferrell has no such problem. 97 more words

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Christian Wilkins NFL draft profile

Christian Wilkins | DL | Clemson

Height | 6-4

Weight | 300

Class | Junior

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It’s rare that a 300-pound defensive lineman can make a legitimate case as the most impressive athlete in an entire draft class, but Wilkins is the exception. 109 more words

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Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

The last big highlight of our Arizona road trip was Casa Grande. This imposing structure was first seen by a white man in 1694. A community of ancient Sonoran Desert people had lived and farmed the region up until about 1450 and then abandoned the place for unknown reasons. 153 more words

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