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Wake Forest will be without two key starters for the 2021 college football season, coach Dave Clawson said Wednesday.
Receiver Donavon Greene and right-hander Je’Vionte’ Nash will both miss the season after summer injuries, Clawson said. Linebacker Chase Monroe is also expected to miss the year due to injury.
Greene was a four-star recruit from Mount Airy, North Carolina, in 2019, and was one of Clawson’s top signers. He found a role late in the 2019 season, then went on to become a starter in 2020, catching 29 passes for 582 yards and two touchdowns, while also getting kicks back.
Nash started nine games at the right tackle last season and was expected to help anchor an experienced offensive line that brought all five starters back. Monroe was in the rotation at linebacker.
“These three young men will play a key role off the field this season as they work towards a speedy and safe recovery,” said Clawson.
Wake opens his season on September 3 against Old Dominion.
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