Hopkins Enjoys First Valley Scrimmage

Hopkins Enjoys First Valley Scrimmage


Hopkins Enjoys First Valley Scrimmage


For the first time as a Clemson Tiger DeAndre Hopkins got to play in Death Valley.  The former Daniel High standout had dreamed of playing in the Valley and he finally got his chance.

Nuke credited Xavier Dye and Brandon Ford for helping his out in his first scrimmage.

Hopkins said he knows he can do even better.  The quarterbacks played well according to the true freshman.

Watch DeAndre discuss his first scrimmage in the Valley:



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