You can find tons of info on the Tigers’ summer depth chart here. Basically, they are experienced and loaded all along the defensive line.
Clemson is deepest at the defensive line where all nine players listed on the two-deep are lettermen who have played at least 200 snaps in their careers. The group has played in a combined 266 games with 91 starts. They combined for 69 tackles for loss last year helping Clemson to a number-one ranking nationally in that category. The nine players have averaged 760 plays of experience entering the 2014 season. Six of the nine have already played at least 30 games.
Offensive line? Not so much.
While the players returning to Clemson’s defensive line have 91 career starts combined, Clemson’s offensive linemen has 49. The leader is David Beasley with 19 starts in 30 games played.
Beasley, by the way, is one of four players suspended for the opener in Athens. All four appear in the current two-deep.