Pair of Clemson specialists heading to NFL camp

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Two more Tigers are headed to the NFL after former Clemson punter Will Spiers and long snapper Jack Maddox received invitations to rookie minicamp.

According to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network, Spiers received an invitation from the Green Bay Packers, while Maddox received an invitation from the New York Giants. Both Green Bay and New York’s camps will take place from May 14 to 15.

Starting in 69 games for the Tigers, Spiers played at Clemson for six seasons. Meanwhile, Maddox played for five seasons and, like Spiers, was a walk-on that eventually earned a scholarship.

Spiers and Maddox’s invitations come hours after undrafted free agent and former Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. The two specialists also join safety Nolan Turner, linebacker James Skalski, Braden Galloway and cornerback Mario Goodrich as undrafted Tigers to receive an opportunity in the NFL.

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