The Clemson Tigers held their final Fall Camp practice session on Tuesday, working out for the final time before the start of classes on Wednesday.
The media observed the first 7 1/2 periods, in which most of the offensive work was done on tempo, running the offense against air.
Kelly Bryant continues to see most of the first-team reps at quarterback, and as the staff convenes Wednesday to set the depth chart, he looks to be the odds-on favorite to retain the starting job.
Despite the intense competition, Bryant said Tuesday he’s changed nothing in his preparation:
QB Kelly Bryant
The competition has also been fierce at wide receiver, where earlier in camp, Co-Offensive Coordinator Jeff Scott says as many as nine players could see meaningful snaps at that position.
Senior Hunter Renfrow believes there’s positives and negatives to that with this team:
WR Hunter Renfrow
Multiple player also continue to jockey for time in the running back room, as Travis Etienne, Adam Choice and Tavien Feaster all have had their moments this Fall along with freshman Lyn-J Dixon.
Feaster, one of the elder statesman of the group, believes he still has something to offer in his final two seasons at Clemson.
RB Tavien Feaster
While Clemson has avoided the injury bug for the most part during Fall Camp, TE Milan Richard went down with a lower leg injury in a kickoff drill during the viewable portion of practice.
Richard went off immediately with assistance and had an ice pack on his knee during successive drills.
The extent of his injury is unknown, but Head Coach Dabo Swinney will update the injury report during his next media session Thursday.