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First-year catcher who will compete for innings.

Before Clemson: All-state, conference MVP and team MVP in 2015 at Golden West College, where he was coached by Bert Villarreal ... member of the conference champion in 2015 ... all-state as a senior ... league MVP as a senior ... all-league selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior ... member of the conference champion as a junior and senior ... lettered four times in baseball at Garden Grove High School, where he was coached by Ricardo Cepeda.

Personal: Majoring in pre-business ... born Chris Kenichi Williams on Nov. 23, 1996 in Garden Grove, Calif.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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