With all due respect to the linebackers and DBs, if Alabama hopes to approach its level of defensive…
A new man
"In many ways I'm better," he continued. "I'm stronger and a little bit quicker. And I have a whole different mindset than when I first stepped on a college campus." Clark's total weight has only gone up 10 pounds, but his overall body change has been remarkable. Gone is the baby fat, replaced by toned muscle. But for all his physical improvement, Clark lists a change in mindset as the biggest difference. Jeremy Clark worked hard in the off-season, adding strength and bulk to handle the defensive tackle position. He explained, "I'm much more competitive than I was last year. Thinking back to last year, I didn't think I had much chance of playing. But this fall I saw the chance to play early. That's where my competitive mentality came from." Head Coach Mike Shula talked about the redshirt freshman. "He's a physical, tough player," Shula said. "Jeremy...
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