FSNextTV: 'DSG' talks Tigers

It was in June that, on his visit to Clemson, Dylan Sumner-Gardner secured the third spot in the Tigers' 2014 class.

It came as no surprise as the safety was always high on the program. Still, he admitted the visit surprised him a bit.

He explains what ultimately sold him, while also giving a shout to fellow pledge Robert Nkemdiche.



Note: Sumner-Gardner was sidelined at practice Saturday resting a minor sore knee.

"It's nothing big. Just taking it easy," he said. He will be starting alongside senior Kameron Miles in the secondary this season.


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