Ferrell says his versatility gives him edge over other defensive ends

Ferrell says his versatility gives him edge over other defensive ends

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Ferrell says his versatility gives him edge over other defensive ends

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INDIANAPOLIS — Former Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell spoke with the media Saturday morning at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Ind.

Ferrell is considered one of the best defensive ends in this year’s draft class and many expect the two-time First-Team AP All-American to be the first Tiger taken off the board in April’s NFL Draft.

On Saturday, Ferrell explained to The Clemson Insider and others in the media what separates him from the other defensive ends in this year’s class.

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