Choice trying to find his way back

Choice trying to find his way back


Choice trying to find his way back

Clemson running back Adam Choice says he is excited about the opportunity he has to become the Tigers’ new running back. He is also excited that he is getting another chance.

The Thomasville, Ga., native had a difficult first year back from the ACL injury he suffered during his freshman season, which caused him to miss all of the 2015 season. Choice rushed for 158 yards on 45 carries last season. He averaged just 3.5 yards per carry.

“It was more me just trying to find my way back,” he said. “I was probably pressing too hard and in the end it probably cost me more than helped me. But I have to simplify things again and try to get back to doing what I know and doing what I do.”

Choice is in an intense battle with C.J. Fuller and Tavien Feaster to become Clemson’s new running back now that All-ACC running back Wayne Gallman has moved on to the NFL.

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