Clemson Spring Game 2018

Clemson Spring Game 2018 Live Stream Online,Clemson will hold its annual Orange & White Spring Game on Saturday, April 14, at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Admission is free. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. ET and the game will air live on ESPN.

Clemson Spring Game 2018: Date, Start Time, TV Schedule, Live Stream and More

When: Saturday, April 14, at 2:30 p.m. ET

Where: Memorial Stadium

TV: ESPN

Clemson Spring Game 2018

The 2018 Clemson Spring Game is a story about the pursuit of redemption for a Dabo Swinney-led team.

Clemson hits the 2018 season on the hunt to shove aside thoughts about last year, when Alabama dismissed them from the College Football Playoff in a 24-6 defeat.

Much of the same crew that was tasked with replacing national champions such as Deshaun Watson and Mike Williams returns for Saturday’s split-roster Orange & White Spring Game.

Divided into two teams and in front of what they hope is a huge crowd, the Tigers will get a live-action look at their quarterback battle and how the rest of the units continue to shape up.

Trevor Lawrence, QB: The No. 1 overall player in the Class of 2018, according to 247Sports, arrived in Clemson in January and has been steadily progressing since. Each team will have two quarterbacks Saturday, so Lawrence should get plenty of live reps. Is he on track to assume a starting or prominent role this season?

 LeAnthony Williams, CB: Clemson’s first three cornerbacks are proven, experienced and talented, but beyond that, depth is scarce. Williams, No. 4 on the depth chart, redshirted last season. The coaches this spring have said he’s not quite ready to be a major contributor but possesses all the tools to develop into one. Maybe we’ll get glimpses of both his potential and what’s holding him back.

Isaiah Simmons, LB: Simmons, a redshirt sophomore, played backup safety last season. Following Dorian O’Daniel’s exhausted eligibility in the offseason, Simmons was moved to linebacker. The coaches have been very complimentary about his ability to play and learn the position. It’s a position that requires extreme versatility.

Derion Kendrick, WR: Like Lawrence, the five-star recruit from the 2018 class arrived in Clemson in January. Co-offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach Jeff Scott said earlier this spring that nobody has made more explosive plays downfield than Kendrick, who is also electric as a punt returner.

Hunter Johnson, QB: The sophomore is sandwiched between last year’s starter, Kelly Bryant, and newcomer Lawrence, and for that reason has been the forgotten man in the quarterback race. Can he show Saturday why he should be in the running for the starting job? He’s a former five-star recruit in the 2017 class.Speaking of quarterbacks, this has been the No. 1 storyline of spring ball, and undoubtedly all eyes will be on Bryant, Johnson, Lawrence and Chase Brice as they take center stage Saturday.

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