7 at 7: A way-too-early peek at the depth chart, plus more observations from Friday’s practice

Zac Brooks takes a handoff from Tajh Boyd during Clemson's first fall camp practice. The Tigers are wearing 'guardian caps' over their helmets whether there's contact drills or not, to help prevent concussion-like symptoms in August practices. (Rex Brown/ClemsonTigers.com)

Zac Brooks takes a handoff from Tajh Boyd during Clemson’s first fall camp practice. The Tigers are wearing ‘guardian caps’ over their helmets whether there’s contact drills or not, to help prevent concussion-like symptoms in August practices. (Rex Brown/ClemsonTigers.com)

BY AARON BRENNER | abrenner@postandcourier.com
@Aaron_Brenner

CLEMSON – This will be the first ‘7 at 7’ feature I’ve produced since my first day on the job.

That’s a two-month span. In the next two months, my hope is you can expect about, oh, 20 more or so. Then another 20 in the two months after that.

What I love about writing 7 at 7 – and in my experience, what readers have loved about reading it – is not just the catchy name, but the flexibility it provides to dish out notes on just about anything in a super-presentable fashion.

One day, you’ll see me empty the notebook from practice; the next, you’ll see me throw out a mish-mash of YouTube clips of John L. Smith’s greatest meltdowns caught on camera. (Don’t rule this out.)

In Saturday’s Post & Courier: Clemson seniors ‘cherish every moment’

So let’s get to it. Let’s have some fun.

1) For the love of all that is good and pure, take this for what it’s worth.

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