Football players just love to pull off a good prank, and Clemson’s quarterback is no exception.
Redshirt senior Cole Stoudt is set to replace New York Jets draft pick Tajh Boyd this season for the Tigers. Through his first three years at Clemson, Stoudt has amassed 742 passing yards, eight touchdowns — and one solid bit.
To keep things loose for the upcoming season, Stoudt had some fun pranking people inside Clemson’s Memorial Stadium.
Clemson is displaying its new jersey combinations on mannequins inside the stadium’s WestZone so fans can check them out before the season starts. Stoudt dressed in full gear and pretended to be a mannequin. As expected, the results were hilarious.
Stoudt scared everyone from teammates to fans with this stunt. If his quarterback play is as good as this prank, Clemson could be in for a good season.