Monday morning Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said after practice that Chandler Catanzaro would be the starter at kicker if the Tigers played today. The red-shirt freshman has been the most consistent kicker so far in camp.
Chandler, who came to Clemson as a walk-on, says he has dreamed of this opportunity. The former Christ Church standout says he has “found his groove” on the field.
It is a dream of Chandlers to hit a field goal in Death Valley. “I am excited for this opportunity,” said Chandler.
Watch Catanzaro discuss his position on the final day of camp and his dreams of kicking for the Tigers!
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