Clemson quarterback Cole Stoudt, who will take over the starting role this fall, took his new leadership role to prank-level perfection as Clemson got fall camp underway. The son of former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Cliff Stoudt dressed as a uniformed mannequin in a foyer of the team's athletic facility, along with several real mannequins, and delivered quite a scare to some of his teammates walking by.
And even some visitors, as well. To the video:
While some of his teammates didn't appear to be frightened, others looked positively terrified to see a massive mannequin come to life within a few feet of them. And the broken glass at the 3:05 mark appeared to be well worth the cleanup.
Now, it's up to Stoudt, who is taking over for former Tigers star quarterback Tajh Boyd, to strike as much fear in opponents as he did with his teammates.