Clemson Tigers offense strong in talent, weak in experience

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Apr 8, 2017; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers quarterback Tucker Israel (10) during warmups prior to the Clemson spring game at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Clemson’s offense had an average performance during the 2017 Orange and White game. Here’s what I saw.

Earlier this week I took a look at the Clemson defense and broke down each position group, post spring practice. Today I want to do the same for the Clemson offense. There are many more questions about the offense after the Spring Game, than their defensive counterparts.

When you lose a player like Deshaun Watson, your team leader, the face of not only your program, but the face of college football as a whole. It would only be logical for one to assume that the offense will take a step back. Thankfully the Tigers coaching staff has recruited at an elite level over the course of nearly a decade.

There’s talent in those hills, and we’ll start today by looking at the men up front in the trenches. The Hogmollies.

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