Clemson’s offensive line was tasked with replacing four starters from 2019. The results were mixed with some poor showings (e.g., Notre Dame in South Bend) and some good ones (e.g., Notre Dame in Charlotte). It’s arguably the area where Clemson needs to improve the most in 2021 and, with a lot of talent returning and an influx of top prospects, it may be poised to do just that.
When Bryan Bresee stepped on Clemson's campus as an early enrollee last year, he was taken under the wing of former freshman standout Tyler Davis. Now it's time for the freshman All-American and ACC Defensive Rookie of the year from Maryland to do the same with this year's freshman class.