Freshman tight end Jordan Leggett suspended for Georgia Tech game

Unspecified 'violation of team rules' lands rising star in hot water

Clemson tight end Jordan Leggett scores during the second quarter at Maryland.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

Clemson tight end Jordan Leggett scores during the second quarter at Maryland.

Freshman tight end Jordan Leggett, who played a season-high snaps in his past two games, has been suspended for the Georgia Tech game for an unspecified 'violation of team rules.'

Leggett was one of five tight ends who played in the Tigers' last game, along with Stanton Seckinger, Sam Cooper, Darrell Smith and Jay Jay McCullough.

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TigerNE writes:

Hope this isn't a repeat episode of Mike Bellamy. All attitude and no seriousness. After all, Leggett admitted he wasn't trying hard because he wasn't getting top billing and attention, essentially....

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