Which juniors did Wake Forest honor on Senior Day?

As Dave Clawson and his staff have built their 2017 recruiting class, one unknown had been how many scholarships the Deacons would have available. We now have a clearer picture after Senior Day against Boston College.

The senior class is a small one — only 12 scholarship players. Clawson has already driven out many of players signed by Jim Grobe in 2012 who then redshirted as freshmen. The only seven major contributors the Deacons are losing: defensive tackle Josh Banks, rover Thomas Brown, offensive linemen Ty Hayworth and Josh Harris, linebacker Marquel Lee, safety Ryan Janvion and cornerback Brad Watson.

The other scholarship seniors are cornerback/return man John Armstrong, receiver Jared Crump, cornerback Bryant Gross-Armiento, receiver Jalen Latter and defensive tackle Shelldon Lewinson.

Since Clawson already has 17 commitments for next fall, he clearly expected others to leave the program. That group would mainly be signees from the final full Grobe class of 2013 who redshirted but haven’t been contributing.

Six such players walked on Senior Day. Who were they?

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