Clemson Tigers should be without three starters. No reason was given
The No. 1 Clemson Tigers will be without three starters – cornerbacks Darian Kendrick And Mario Goodrich And defensive decision Justin Foster – For Saturday night’s game against Wake Forest.
The Tigers did not specify why three of the 40 players listed by the university should not travel for the game. The ACC has limited the travel list to 80 this season for conference road games.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney confirmed earlier this week that the plan would not reveal why the players are leaving.
Losses are a blow to Clemson defense – especially for the secondary, depth can be a concern.
In the pre-ACC pre-season season, Kendrick is headlining the team, competing for a starting spot with Goodrich Andrew Booth.
Aside from the absence of Foster, Clemson is also without a defensive end Xavier Thomas, A starter that existed a year ago, was announced earlier this season after being infected with the corona virus earlier this year. Justin Mascal And truly new Miles Murphy Foster is expected to have bigger roles with Out.
On Friday, Clemson said it had completed 1,013 COVID-19 trials during its latest round of screenings, of which 24 individuals were positive – including 19 student-athletes from nine sports. It does not include Friday tests or results.
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