Ferrell, Bryant, Joseph, Fields all returning for Clemson defense

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Ferrell projects to be a first round pick and Bryant a late first or second round pick in the National Football League draft.

Underclassmen have until January 15 to make a final decision whether they are leaving for the NFL.

All three were projected to be first-round selections by many NFL Draft publications, but with this year's draft being very "need specific", they faced uncertainty as to where they would fall in the draft.

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According to Swinney, defensive linemen Clelin Ferrell and Austin Bryant are coming back for the 2018 season. He registered 15 tackles and two passes defended in that small space.

Bryant is a junior, while Ferrell is a redshirt sophomore.

Ferrell led the Tigers in tackles for loss with 18 and sacks with 9.5 this past season, while Bryant was second with 15.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks.

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After racking up 106 tackles in 2016, Joseph finished the 2017 season with 96 tackles, five tackles for loss, a half sack and one interception. Ferrell led the Tigers in tackles for a loss with 17. He is fourth on the Clemson team and first among defensive linemen.

The Tigers, who went 12-2 this past season and lost to eventual champion Alabama 24-6 in a College Football Playoff semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl, ranked No. 2 in the FBS in scoring defense (13.6 points) and No. 4 in total defense (276.7 yards).

Ferrell and was named first-team All-ACC this past season, while Bryant was a second-team selection.

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