Clemson's defensive line aims to make draft history

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CLEMSON, S.C. — Their bond began with a break-in.

It was June 2015. Midnight. Freshman defensive linemen Clelin Ferrell, Christian Wilkins, Austin Bryant and Albert Huggins broke into Clemson Memorial Stadium, as players have been known to do.

With playbooks in hand, they began running drills. There were a few hoots and hollers, as well, reverberating off the empty stands inside the stadium also known as Death Valley.

“That’s when I kind of knew we’ve really got a chance to be special,” Bryant said.

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Two weeks ago, that quartet — along with Dexter Lawrence, who joined the group in 2016 — was at Clemson’s indoor practice facility wearing Power Rangers headbands. It was a reminder of the first time the five dressed up as their favorite superheroes on Halloween and engaged in a playful journey through campus.

It also

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