Spring Game 2024: Preview and Things To Look For

The Clemson Tigers’ 2024 Spring Game is shaping up to be an exciting preview of the team’s capabilities on both offense and defense. Here’s what to expect from the key players and positions:
Offense:
    •    Quarterback Cade Klubnik is expected to showcase improvements in the passing game, with a focus on fluidity and ball tracking skills.
    •    Freshman wide receiver Bryant Wesco has been turning heads with his work ethic and is anticipated to be a smooth, fluid player with excellent ball skills.
    •    Center Ryan Linthicum is set to take over the starting role, bringing leadership to an offensive line that returns four starters


    •    The offensive unit is also excited about the depth and health of their receivers, including Antonio Williams, Adam Randall, Tyler Brown, Cole Turner, and Troy Stellato, who are all expected to make significant impacts


Defense:
The defense will be under the leadership of Wes Goodwin, featuring a mix of young talent and returning players
 Linebacker Wade Woodaz is stepping into a leadership role and is expected to be a key player in quarterbacking the defense

    
Defensive end Peter Woods has moved to the edge and, along with TJ Parker, is predicted to pose a significant challenge for offensive tackles


Defensive back Khalil Barnes, along with sophomores Avieon Terrell and Shelton Lewis, will be crucial in the development of the secondary

Overall, the Spring Game will be a critical test for both the offense and defense as they prepare for the upcoming season. It will be a chance for players to step up and for coaches to evaluate the team’s progress and cohesion. Fans can look forward to a display of new strategies, player dynamics, and the potential that the Clemson Tigers hold for the 2024 season.

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