Pollard trying his hand at a new position

Pollard trying his hand at a new position


Pollard trying his hand at a new position


Clemson offensive lineman Sean Pollard is trying his hand at right guard. The rising junior lineman has spent the last two years primarily working at right tackle where he shared starting duties with Tremayne Anchrum last fall.

Pollard said he really doesn’t have a preference playing guard or tackle. However, he understands that he has to move quicker playing guard.

“I’m learning every day,” Pollard said. “Obviously I mess up, but everybody messes up. No one’s perfect. But other than that, I’m doing decent. It’s just a little bit of a learning curve. It’s been fun, I’ve enjoyed it.”



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