Clemson's annual spring game is now in the books. While the most noteworthy topic surrounding Clemson football this week was the dismissal of sophomore quarterback Chad Kelly, the spring game saw several Tigers stand out in a big way.
The White squad, led by senior quarterback Cole Stoudt, easily won the game by a score of 24-5.
While he played well, it was the defense that left Death Valley buzzing.
Both the Orange and White squads combined to allow just 588 total yards on 132 plays for an average of less than 4.5 yards per play.
Is this a sign of things to come? Or was the offense's inability to consistently move the ball a direct result of several key departures on that side of the ball?
The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle.
So what players stood out the most? Here are some of the Tigers' top performers from Saturday's spring game.