(COLUMBIA, S.C.) — South Carolina junior defensive end Jadeveon Clowney returned after sitting out a scrimmage earlier in the week on Saturday.
Clowney was unstoppable during the two-hour workout against his team.
“We act like we didn’t even try to block Clowney today,” Spurrier said after practice. “Maybe we’re afraid to block him, I don’t know. Hopefully, he’s that good but I’ve seen other people block him. He doesn’t get to the quarterback every play like he did today just about.”
Clowney missed a scrimmage earlier in the week due to a bruised shoulder and recorded two sacks with ease.
“Hopefully, he’s going to make it tough for everybody,” South Carolina defensive coordinator Lorenzo Ward said. “Jadeveon is a special athlete. We talk about him all the time, but he deserves all the praise he gets because he’s a really good football player.”
Clowney watched the rest of the practice from the sidelines after almost getting to the quarterback for the fourth time.
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