Let’s have a discussion: where, in the history of Clemson football, will Travis Etienne, Trevor Lawrence and Justyn Ross rank when their career is over?

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ztiger93
ztiger93

Etienne second behind Terry Allen at RB. Lawrence over Watson is hard to call as best QB; a lot can happen, but wow does he have a head start. Ross, geez, he will forever be subject to debates over cold beverages as fans stack up his accomplishments against Hopkins, Williams, Renfrow, etc ...

Zach Lentz
Zach Lentz

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I agree with Etienne, however, I believe that he could go down as the greatest to ever play running back simply because of the gaudy numbers he will put up this season. With defenses preoccupied with Lawrence and the passing game, it should make for another historic season for ETN.

As far as Lawrence goes, I believe that he is on track to surpass Watson, but the jury is still out on him. I feel that Watson gets a ton of credit, not only for the skill he brought to the position, but the fact that he brought Clemson back to glory. Ross--I believe that right now, he will be the greatest "college" wide receiver to ever play at Clemson. He is a perfect combination of Hopkins hands, Williams ability to out-leap opponents--it is like Dabo told us about Williams, "When he is covered one-on-one, he is wide open and when he has two guys on him, he is still open."