Clemson far-reaching receiver DeAndre Hopkins, a Tigers’ second-leading receiver, suffered a amiable concussion in a automobile collision on Tuesday morning and did not transport with a group to a Discover Orange Bowl in Miami.
The good news is that Hopkins doesn’t have any other critical injuries and he hopes to join his teammates soon, according to a propagandize spokesman. No serve sum on a collision were immediately available.
“First of all, we are relieved that DeAndre is going to be all right,” Clemson manager Dabo Swinney pronounced in a prepared statement. “He is lucky. We are told he does not have any critical injuries and we wish to have him join us soon. Obviously, DeAndre is one of a categorical tools of a offense and this would be a large detriment if he is not means to play. But, it is too shortly to assume one approach or another on his standing for a diversion 8 days from now.”
The Tigers will need their biggest contributors on a margin in sequence to keep adult with West Virginia’s offense, that averages only underneath 35 points per game. What creates Clemson so good this year is a accumulation of playmakers and Hopkins is one of them. He is second on a group behind Sammy Watkins with 62 receptions for 871 yards and 4 touchdowns this season. He had 9 catches for 157 yards in a win over North Carolina, a many accepting yards in a diversion by a Clemson actor this year. He also serves as Clemson’s punt returner.
The many critical thing is that Hopkins is OK, that he seems to be, according to a school’s release. The earlier he can join a group a better, though a Tigers will need him during 100 percent.