Photo: Clemson Welcome Back NFL Alumni To Train With Practice Facility Nameplates

Clemson football has had an impressive run as of late, and that has translated into a number of notable Tigers alumni in the NFL. Dabo Swinney and company are wisely looking to capitalize on Clemson’s presence in the NFL by making many of those top players feel welcome back on campus to train. It looks like Clemson’s NFL players will be given their own nameplates for when they come back to Clemson to work out. It’s hard to see the full list, by CJ Spiller, Da’quan Bowers, DeAndre Hopkins, Andre Ellington, and Byron Maxwell are all included among the players that Clemson expects to return.

Having NFL talent return to campus in the off-season can only help recruiting, so this looks like a smart move by the Tigers. 

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