Baylon Spector goes in the seventh round to a contender

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Clemson saw its second player come off the board in the 2022 NFL draft, with linebacker Baylon Spector going No.231 in the seventh round to the Buffalo Bills.

Spector joins a Bills team led by Josh Allen that went 11-6 last season with a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round of the playoffs.

He started two seasons for the Tigers, working his way into earning consistent playing time. Once he became a starter, he was a solid piece of some great Clemson defenses.

In his career at Clemson, he totaled 210 career tackles with 22.0 tackles for loss and nine sacks. He was also credited with four forced fumbles, fumble recoveries, three pass break ups and an interception.

Spector will look to work his way into some consistent playing time like he has before.

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