Defensive ends Austin Bryant and Clelin Ferrell have made a decision to forego the NFL Draft and remain in school for their senior season.
Multiple news agencies projected Ferrell and Wilkins as first-round picks, while Bryant is either a second-round pick or a fringe first-rounder.
Now a prospect for the 2019 NFL Draft Ferrell will work against Ohio State's Nick Bosa, among others, to be the first defensive lineman drafted.
Fields appeared in 11 games as a sophomore, but he was limited to just five contests in 2017 because of injury, finishing with 15 tackles, two passes defended and no interceptions.
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Ferrell followed up a breakout postseason in 2016 with a dynamic 2017 season - leading the Tigers with 9.5 sacks, making him one of the most feared defensive ends in the country. Bryant had 8.5 sacks this season, while Joseph was second on the team with 90 tackles. Ferrell led Clemson in sacks and tackles for loss.
Four members of the Clemson Tigers have chose to remain with the team and forgo their opportunity to enter the 2018 NFL Draft.
The Clemson Tigers season ended in the college football playoff at the hands of eventual national champion Alabama.
Clemson had one of the best defenses in the country this past season.