Clemson held its spring game on Saturday. Here are five standouts from the game:
The freshman quarterback completed 11 of 16 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown, including a perfect 50-yard strike to sophomore receiver Tee Higgins. Lawrence was the most impressive quarterback on the afternoon, commanding the offense and showing off a nice touch on deep balls.
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The senior defensive tackle owned the line of scrimmage, making six tackles, with four tackles for loss and a pair of sacks. Wilkins was in the backfield all afternoon, including on the final series of the game when he played safety and made a tackle for loss.
The junior cornerback had a pair of interceptions and also a pass breakup. Mullen clinched the game for the Orange team, with an 84-yard pick-six midway through the third quarter to give the Orange a 28-10 lead.
The sophomore receiver caught four passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half. Higgins was responsible for the first two scores of the game, a 50-yard touchdown and an 18-yard score.
Clemson’s starting front four gets plenty of attention, but the backups also played well on Saturday. Foster had a pair of sacks and broke up a pass.