There is no doubt the No. 1 question heading into fall camp for the Clemson Tigers will be who will replace Deshaun Watson at quarterback.
The candidates to succeed the two-time Davey O’Brien winner and Heisman Trophy Finalist are junior Kelly Bryant and freshmen Zerrick Cooper and Hunter Johnson. Bryant came out of the spring as the leader in the three-man race, but the Clemson coaches said Cooper and Johnson are not too far behind.
Clemson quarterbacks coach Brandon Streeter talks about all three quarterbacks and what each one has to do to become the starter. The Tigers begin fall camp on Aug. 3.
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For the second straight summer, four-star defensive end Chantz Williams visited Clemson to participate in a full three-day session of the Dabo Swinney Camp. The class of 2020 standout from Orange Park (…)