Zack Sanchez decides to stay for another season.
“It would be great,” Johnson said. “It would definitely make the secondary extra solid. He is definitely a big part of the defense. He's a playmaker and has big game, big plays especially at crunch time. He always comes up with them.”
Johnson said Sanchez was his biggest influence on the team.
“That's who I am with off the field all the time anyway,” Johnson said. (The Oklahoman)
Zack Sanchez Focused on Clemson and Not NFL Draft Decision
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