The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Clemson, Clemson and More Clemson

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1) Four games in, who has been the biggest surprise? For me it’s Divine Diablo or Kyle Chung.  – VermontHokie

Chris Coleman: I would agree with you.  I would go with Divine Deablo first, with Kyle Chung a close second.

Deablo came to Virginia Tech as a 4-star wide receiver, but he struggled with his hands and was moved to free safety in the spring.  He’s a rangy player, and seems to be a very good tackler in space.  Justin Fuente loves his football IQ and believes his future is bright at free safety.  The Tech coaches first got the idea of moving Deablo to free safety after seeing him play in space on the kickoff team last year.

Unfortunately, Deablo fractured his foot while recording his first career interception against Old Dominion last week.  It was a tough luck injury.  There was no contact, he simply landed on it wrong.  The same thing could happen to anybody playing a simple game of touch football in the back yard.  That said, it happened early enough in the season where Deablo should be able to get a medical redshirt, which would make him a redshirt-sophomore next season.

At 6-foot-3, Kyle Chung doesn’t have typical offensive tackle height.  However, his arms are fairly long, and he has good feet.  Remember, he played tight end in high school.  He’s been equally solid against the run and the pass this year.

As I’ve covered many times before, it is very