Korn Moved to Safety

Korn Moved to Safety

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Korn Moved to Safety

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By Lee Lance.

Former Tiger quarterback Willy Korn, once figured to be the heir apparent at Clemson,  has been moved completely out of the signal caller position, and to the opposite side of the ball.

A former four star player at Byrnes High School, and one of the biggest recruits in the state of South Carolina just four years ago, Korn had transferred to Marshall in the hopes of earning a starting position at quarterback there after losing out on the starting position for the Tigers to two sport star Kyle Parker.

After battling with three other talented players for the top spot on the Thundering Herd offense, Korn didn’t finish in the top three, and has since been moved to the safety position.  Marshall head coach Doc Holliday said Friday that senior Brian Anderson would be the starter, with freshman Eddie Sullivan backing him up, followed by redshirt freshman AJ Graham in the third spot.

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