Corey Crawford

Clemson Tigers #93 - Defensive End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 270
  • Seasons: SR

Dabo-Era All Clemson Team: Defensive Line


While Clemson is known as Wide Receiver U, they just as easily could be called D-Line U. The strong pool of candidates led to some of the most difficult decisions and biggest upsets of voting.

Best Team to Not Win It All: 2015 Clemson Football - Preseason


The 2015 team came into the season with sky high expectations and a few big questions.

2017 Will be Brent Venables’ Strongest Defense Yet


Comparing the top-ranked 2014 Clemson defense to 2017’s forthcoming unit, with Anna Hickey’s first-hand impression of Venables himself.

Georgia Tech Football: Opponent Q&A - Clemson


FTRS sits down with Shakin’ The Southland

Clemson had the hosses. OU didn't.

Clemson's line play was key to mauling Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl and will give the Tigers a chance against Alabama in the national title game.

Orange Bowl Q&A | The Tigers' Defense


We're almost to game day as Oklahoma's chase for #8 faces it's next hurdle with the Clemson Tigers, in Miami. Last week we turned  Ryan Kantor from SB Nation's outstanding Clemson site, Shakin The...

Clemson Football Season Preview: Defensive Line


Some young players will have some big shoes to fill on Clemson's defensive line this year.

Clemson QB's health might decide the ACC

If Deshaun Watson stays healthy, the Clemson passing game and pass defense could overcome weaknesses and youth and make the Tigers the best team in the league; if Watson is injured more, the Tigers...

Clemson Football X-Factors: Kevin Dodd


We all know about Deshaun Watson, Artavis Scott, and the other star players. In this article series, we take a closer look at the players you'll hear less about, but who may determine just how much...

2014 Review: Defensive Line


The big men up front were a huge part in making the Tigers the #1 defense in the country in 2014.

Bowl Time! Clemson versus Oklahoma preview


The Tigers try to hit 10 wins for fourth straight year against perennial power Oklahoma.

2015 NFL Draft defensive end rankings

Nebraska junior Randy Gregory tops the rankings, but if he's gone there are plenty of options in one of the draft's deepest positions.