Sport Dabo Swinney announces return of several defensive players to Clemson

05:57  14 january  2018
05:57  14 january  2018 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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Clemson will have several talented defensive players back next season. Dabo Swinney announced a team banquet on Saturday night that defensive players Clelin Ferrell, Austin Bryant, Kendall Joseph and Mark Fields will all return to school.

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Clemson will have several talented defensive players back next season.

Dabo Swinney announced a team banquet on Saturday night that defensive players Clelin Ferrell, Austin Bryant, Kendall Joseph and Mark Fields will all return to school.

Bryant, Joseph and Fields are all juniors who will be returning for their senior seasons, while Ferrell is a redshirt sophomore who was eligible for the draft. Ferrell had 9.5 sacks last season, while Bryant had 8.5 sacks. Both defensive linemen were potential high draft picks. Joseph, a linebacker, had 10 tackles in the CFP game loss to Alabama.

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