Crowder did not want to have any regrets

Crowder did not want to have any regrets

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Crowder did not want to have any regrets

Clemson right guard Tyrone Crowder admitted he was really close to declaring for the NFL Draft and skipping his senior year with the Tigers.

But on the last day before he had to declare, Crower sent head coach Dabo Swinney a text message that said he was going to return for his senior year.

“It was something that I had in my mind,” the offensive lineman said. “I did not want to leave any thoughts or any regrets behind. I was right there. I only had three credits left (to graduate) so I might as well stay here and get my degree.”

Watch more of Crowder’s interview with the media on TCITV.

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