Traylor Making a Move

Traylor Making a Move


Traylor Making a Move


With the departures of Michael Palmer, Rendrick Taylor and Durrell Barry the Tigers are looking for tight end depth as they prepare for the 2010 season.  Dwayne Allen is expected to be one of the best tight ends to ever play in Death Valley, but the big question is who will provide depth.

Drew Traylor started at Clemson on defense, but has moved to tight end and is making a strong push for serious playing time with his performances in the August camp.  The red-shirt junior has shown great hands and has the size to do the job as a blocker. caught up with Traylor to get the latest.

Watch Traylor discuss his push for playing time, the offense and much more!



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