Clemson’s Swinney not worried despite several QB transfers
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is not concerned about his quarterback spot, even though the once-loaded depth at the position has been cut in half.
Clemson says running back CJ Fuller is transferring
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson's one-time starting running back C.J. Fuller is leaving the Tigers.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Wednesday Fuller would graduate this spring and then find a new school to finish his football career.
Clemson DT Jabril Robinson to transfer
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson reserve defensive tackle Jabril Robinson is leaving the program for his final season.
Robinson announced his decision Monday on the team's Twitter feed. He said he's grateful for his development, both on and off the field, during his four years at Clemson, but felt he would have a better opportunity for playing time elsewhere.
Backup Clemson quarterback Tucker Israel to transfer
CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Clemson is losing another backup quarterback with Tucker Israel's decision to leave the program.
Israel said on the team's Twitter feed Monday he will graduate from Clemson and then seek to play elsewhere. Earlier this month, reserve quarterback Zerrick Cooper also announced he was leaving the Tigers.
Israel is a 5-foot-11, 165-pound quarterback from Orlando, Florida who at Lake Nona High School surpassed Tim Tebow's Florida prep record with 56 passing touchdowns in a season.
Clemson football announces depth chart for summer; Bryant still No. 1 QB
CLEMSON — Clemson's football team announced its depth chart for summer camp on Monday, and unsurprisingly, it is highlighted by rising junior quarterback Kelly Bryant, whom Dabo Swinney says will be the starter if Clemson were to play a game right now.
Clemson holds live scrimmage, Hunter Johnson takes step forward in quarterback competition
Back from spring break and 10 days away from the annual spring game, it's still the dominant storyline in Clemson’s camp: the quarterback battle. Kelly Bryant, Hunter Johnson, Zerrick Cooper and Tucker Israel are still making their respective cases, while Bryant is still taking the majority of the reps with the first team.
But Wednesday, it was Johnson, the incoming true freshman, who snagged the attention of Clemson coaches and took a step forward in the competition.