McDaniel Comfortable with Leadership Role

McDaniel Comfortable with Leadership Role


McDaniel Comfortable with Leadership Role


There is a clear leader on the Clemson defense this year, and that leader is senior safety DeAndre McDaniel.  The Thorpe Award candidate has come a long way since his freshmen year at Clemson.

McDaniel says he is glad to lead this year and has learned a lot from last years strong senior class.

DeAndre can’t help but smile when he talks about the Tiger’s secondary for 2010.

Domination is what he expects for the Clemson defense, but knows they have work to do.

Watch DeAndre discuss Monday’s practice, the Clemson secondary, his leadership role and much more!



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