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Topic - Eain Smith
When Sammy Watkins first arrived on Clemson's campus last summer and reported for a workout with other incoming freshman receivers, quarterback Tajh Boyd sent him out for a pass.
"Clemson's offense runs through Sammy," defensive back Eain Smith said. "You eliminate Sammy's big plays, you eliminate their offense."
"If we push him around a little bit, I think he'll slow down," Smith said.