Present and future: CB

Coty Sensabaugh, who was Clemson's most consistent cornerback last season, is the only departure from the 2011 secondary.


Class of 2010 signees Darius Robinson [junior] and Bashaud Breeland [redshirt sophomore] are listed as the starters on the post-spring depth chart.

Robinson is backed by another 2010 signee, Martin Jenkins [junior], who could occupy the dime back role. Redshirt freshman Cortez Davis is listed behind Breeland.

Early enrolled freshman Travis Blanks will play a high number of snaps this fall, a good many of which will come in the nickel situations when he's occupying the nickel back spot. He could also work at safety.

Another candidate for time at cornerback is redshirt senior Xavier Brewer, but he's listed on the post-spring depth chart as the co-starter at free safety.

Notable options for 2013

Kendall Fuller
It's a two-way race for Fuller's signature. For now, Clemson and Virginia Tech are the primary contenders for the five-star from Olney, Md.

Fuller, the No. 2 cornerback in the class of 2013, is teammates with Clemson commitment Dorian O'Daniel. Fuller's brother attends Virginia Tech and he has another former teammate, Blake Countess, at Michigan.

Mackensie Alexander
Alexander, the No. 3 cornerback in the country, recently told CUTigers that he grew up a Clemson fan, and he currently lists the Tigers as his favorite.

The former Tennessee commitment has offers from Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Ohio State and USC. Alexander hopes to play in college with his brother, three-star safety Mackenro Alexander.

Shaquille Wiggins, a Georgia commit, is considering a visit to Clemson.
Shaquille Wiggins
Despite his commitment to Georgia, Wiggins is interested in taking an official visit to Clemson this fall. A high school teammate of Robinson, Wiggins could visit Clemson because of the good things he's heard from the Tigers' starter.

Wiggins, a four-star at Sandy Creek High School in Georgia, is the No. 11 cornerback in the country.

David Kamara
Also from Georgia, Kamara is a three-star from Grayson High School in Loganville. The No. 64 player at the position has offers from Clemson, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. LSU could offer this summer after he visits for camp.

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