Clemson star WR Hunter Renfrow breaks finger playing hoops at coach's house
Hunter Renfrow's fingers are rather valuable ones within the Clemson football program. After Monday's news, it's safe to say their days of grabbing basketballs at coach Dabo Swinney's house are over.
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Clemson receiver Hunter Refrow, a star of the national championship game, broke the pinkie finger on his right hand playing basketball with coach Dabo Swinney's sons.
Renfrow said through athletic spokesman Tim Bourret that the injury will not keep him from the start of spring practice on Feb. 29.
Renfrow is a redshirt freshman who caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Deshaun Watson in Clemson's 45-40 loss to Alabama in the national title game last month. Renfrow also had a touchdown in Clemson's 37-17 victory over Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl on New Year's Eve.
Renfrow jammed his hand while playing basketball recently at Swinney's house and is wearing a cast.
Renfrow finished the season with 33 catches for 492 yards and five touchdowns