Clemson will be without multiple key players for spring practice as they recover from injuries.

Coach Dabo Swinney announced that news on Monday. The list of players who will miss spring — or be limited — includes Beaux Collins, Adam Randall, Ruke Orhorhoro, Payton Page, Walker Parks, Marcus Tate, Sheridan Jones and Jalyn Phillips.

That group of players touches nearly every position group on Clemson’s roster. It’s not an ideal start for the Tigers as they enter a crucial offseason.

Jones could participate in some of spring practice, but he’s expected to be limited due to an ab injury. He, along with Phillips, figures to be a major part of Clemson’s secondary in 2022.

Losing Collins and Randall for the spring is also tough news for the Tigers’ receiving corps. Randall is dealing with a knee issue, although Swinney said it’s not the same knee he injured last spring and it’s not expected to keep him out longterm.

Orhorhoro is expected to be a starter on Clemson’s defensive line in 2023. Page will likely be involved in the defensive line rotation as well after recording 3.5 tackles for loss last season.

On the offensive line, both Parks and Tate are projected to be starters for Clemson this upcoming season.