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15-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
Swinney congratulates 3 Clemson D-lineman picked in 1st round (0:36)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson DT Christian Wilkins is a really good fit for Brian Flores' defensive scheme in Miami. Wilkins is a versatile defender, with the pass rush traits and movement skills to play in multiple fronts.

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2hPaul Gutierrez

Raiders start draft haul taking DE Ferrell at No. 4

The Oakland Raiders took Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell with the fourth overall pick in Thursday's NFL draft. The Raiders have three picks in the first round.

Wilkins honors his grandfather with No. 42 (0:51)
Why Clemson's Wilkins wears number 42 (4:39)

This Just In  

Clemson landed a commitment from 2020 defensive tackle Bryan Bresee on Tuesday, adding another top prospect to its class. Bresee is the No. 4 ranked prospect overall and chose the Tigers over Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State. The No. 1 ranked defensive tackle in the class now gives Clemson three defensive line recruits ranked in the top-six in the last three classes, joining Xavier Thomas and K.J. Henry, who signed in 2018.

Alabama, Clemson most likely pairing in CFP title game (1:57)
Clemson DE Ferrell learned his values from his parents (2:59)
NFL draft profile: Christian Wilkins (1:03)
Self-proclaimed 'dancing fool' Wilkins laughs off split celebration (1:14)

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

A source tells me that Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence is among the players taking top-30 visits with the Bucs. They already selected another colossal defensive tackle in Vita Vea last year, so this is an interesting one.

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17dTom VanHaaren

Clemson, vying for top class, lands No. 63 Davis

Cornerback Fred Davis, the No. 63 prospect overall in the ESPN Junior 300, committed to Clemson on Monday, choosing the Tigers over Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Miami and Ohio State.

NFL draft profile: Dexter Lawrence (0:43)
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19dDavid Hale

Swinney not focused on repeat for Clemson

On a day last season's seniors received their national championship rings at halftime of Clemson's spring game, coach Dabo Swinney said his goal isn't on repeating, but making the 2019 team the best it can be.

Lawrence looking to take on more of a leadership role (0:47)
Swinney drops the mic and presents Clemson with its rings (0:56)
Lawrence throws first TD pass to Higgins (0:30)

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