CLEMSON — Clemson announced Thursday that junior cornerback Garry Peters cracked a bone in his foot at practice Wednesday. He will have surgery Friday, and will be out at least through this Saturday’s game against Florida State.
Peters, who has played 29 games in three years, has been the fourth Tiger of a 4-man cornerback rotation, behind starters Darius Robinson and Bashaud Breeland and nickelback Martin Jenkins. He has made 20 tackles (3.5 for a loss) this season, ranking 10th on the team.
After playing 49 snaps in the opener vs. Georgia (and breaking up two passes), Peters has not since played more than 35 snaps in a game.
Linebacker Ben Boulware (knee) is still listed as questionable.