Every year across college football, new stars are born. When upperclassmen bolt to the NFL, youngsters are ready to step in and make an impact. For the Clemson Tigers, who lost several talented players in the 2014 NFL draft, the time is now for a group of talented freshmen.
While the Tigers were able to replace Tajh Boyd at quarterback with senior Cole Stoudt, other positions will experience an infusion of youth.
Fall camp is just weeks away for Clemson. The season opener at Georgia is approximately seven weeks away. Which freshman is ready to impress coaches and push his way into the starting lineup?
Here's a look at four freshmen who need a strong fall practice before the Tigers head to Athens on August 30.