1. AJ Terrell
AJ Terrell is going to be relied upon to fill the role that Trayvon Mullen left behind last season.
Mullen was able to lock down the opponent’s best receiver and, for the most part in 2018, opposing offenses didn’t throw the ball his way.
It was kind of reminiscent of Mackensie Alexander.
Now, the Tigers have a talented freshman coming in- Andrew Booth- that plays like Alexander, but it’s going to be up to Terrell this year to fill that role.
He is going to be a huge part of that Clemson football defense and I expect him to work his way up into being a potential top-15 NFL Draft prospect by the conclusion of the 2019 season.