Clemson has been searching for a playmaker at receiver for the past year. True freshman DeAndre Hopkins is ready to take that role if nobody else seizes the opportunity.
TheClemsonInsider.com caught up with Nuke for an exclusive interview after Thursday afternoon’s workout at Clemson.
Hopkins says the older receivers are helping him as well as the defensive backs. Nuke says there is not junk talk from the defensive backs because they know how important it is for the receivers to improve this season.
Watch the former Daniel standout discuss his summer session, the opportunity for playing time and much more!
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