As the summer continues, so does a college football fan's passion and curiosity for the season to finally begin. And many Clemson fans are waiting in anticipation for that game when their Clemson Tigers take the field against Troy at Death Valley.
But, many Clemson fans are eager to see how much Dabo's changes to the coaching staff have impacted the team and how this young team responds to their difficult schedule and how well they step up to the plate. But, before the Tigers even take the field, there are questions that must still be answered in fall camp with the new recruits in tow.
With Clemson having signed around 29 players in this year's class, and having around 24 qualify and enroll on campus, head coach Dabo Swinney has noted as many as 12 or 13 could see playing time this season, and with the number of talented players that red-shirted from the 2010 recruiting class, competition in fall camp will be the most heated than it has been among the younger Clemson players for quite some time.