Five Clemson Football players who could go pro after 2024

Unlike recent years, there aren't many Clemson Tigers who are likely to leave early for the NFL Draft after the 2024 season, but there are a handful who could if all the pieces fall into place for them.

Sep 24, 2022; Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA;  Clemson Tigers offensive lineman Blake Miller
Sep 24, 2022; Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA; Clemson Tigers offensive lineman Blake Miller / Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports
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Blake Miller

Miller will be a true junior in 2024 after starting for the Tigers at right tackle for the past two seasons. He was a 4-star in the 247Sports Composite and ranked 208th overall.

It was a surprise when Miller was named a starter during the 2022 fall camp, but also exciting that Clemson might have hit upon a stud offensive lineman.

Miller had his share of freshmen struggles but also flashed why he was in the starting lineup. The line as a unit struggled in 2023, which is why Thomas Austin was dismissed and Dabo Swinney hired Matt Luke to be the new offensive line coach.

There is optimism that Luke can benefit players like Miller by taking them to the next level. If Luke is successful, then Miller could be someone who scouts at the next level rate high.

At 6’-6” and 309 pounds, he has the size that NFL teams want in their right tackle. He would probably be more attractive if he had experience at left tackle, but that doesn’t mean he couldn’t find a home in the NFL.

As with all the players on this list, it probably comes down to whether Miller would be drafted high enough to have a good chance to stick on a roster.

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