Last day of fall camp: Defensive Notebook

Last day of fall camp: Defensive Notebook

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Last day of fall camp: Defensive Notebook

The media was allowed to watch the first seven and a half periods of the final practice of fall camp Tuesday afternoon. While Clemson did not do any team drills early in practice, the defense did participate in individual drills as position groups.

Here are a few things I observed from the defense on Jervey Meadows Tuesday afternoon: LINK

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