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Tajh Boyd and Sammy Watkins
Clemson will have to replace two of its top playmakers, RB Andre Ellington and WR DeAndre Hopkins, who each accounted for over 1,400 all-purpose yards in 2012.
Still, there's reason to believe that the Tigers' offense could be just as dangerous in 2013 as last year's attack, which ranked in the Top 10 nationally in both scoring offense and total offense.
Because the unit will feature two of the best players in the country, QB Tajh Boyd and WR Sammy Watkins.
Watkins, who was the biggest breakout freshman star of 2011, is coming off a surprising sophomore slump. However, Boyd built up plenty of momentum this past season with an outstanding performance.
The athletic senior signal-caller completed 67 percent of his passes for over 3,800 yards, ran for 514 yards and accounted for 46 total touchdowns.
If Boyd continues to progress and develop, and if Watkins returns to his freshman form, the Clemson passing attack is going to be downright lethal in 2013.