Pair of Clemson DL will return to Tigers for 2018

Pair of Clemson DL will return to Tigers for 2018

Pair of Clemson DL will return to Tigers for 2018

Per Clemson football director of communications Tim Bourret, Dabo Swinney announced at a team banquet Saturday that junior Austin Bryant and redshirt sophomore Clelin Ferrell will return to Clemson next season, along with linebacker Kendall Joseph and cornerback Mark Fields.

Even if Wilkins does go pro, Clemson will have enough returning firepower and incoming star freshmen to make up for any deficiencies left behind.

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Clemson had one of the best defenses in the country this past season. Hearn has graduated, but had another year of eligibility after red-shirting 2014.

Ferrell followed up a breakout postseason in 2016 with a dynamic 2017 season - leading the Tigers with 9.5 sacks, making him one of the most feared defensive ends in the country.

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Ferrell will be a junior in 2018, while Bryant, Joseph and Fields will all be seniors. Ferrell and Bryant also led the team in tackles for loss with 18.5 and 15.5, respectively. He had 57 tackles for the season. He added five tackles for loss in his 12 games, 11 as a starter.

Wilkins, who earned his Clemson undergraduate degree in just three years, has been a two-time first-team All-American. He was also named the recipient of the Bill Willis Award as the National Defensive Lineman of the Year by the Columbus (Ohio) Touchdown Club.

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Bryant posted a breakout 2017 campaign, totaling 15.5 TFL, 8.5 sacks, 50 tackles and an interception.

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