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Before Clemson: Cousin to NFL running back Tashard Choice, who played at Georgia Tech and in the NFL with Buffalo, and nephew of former Buffalo Bills and Georgia Tech running back Joe Burns...Choice was an option quarterback in high school who started for three years, he is school's all-time leading rusher with 5,095 yards...broke record that had been held by Joe Burns...had outstanding senior year with 191 carries for 1,521 yards rushing and 14 scores, an 8.0 yards per carry...did that in just 10 games, so averaged 152 yards a game on the ground...as a passer, completed 31-57 for 522 yards and seven TDs with just one interception...had best passer rating in the region at 168.3...also led the region in rushing...had at least 100 yards rushing in every game but one and had a pair of games with over 200...had season high 258 yards rushing in just three quarters against Harris County to break the record...suffered injury at end of the third period and did not return...had career high 314 yards rushing against Lee County as a sophomore...ranked as a top 125 player in the nation by Rivals.com, he is #10 running back in the nation and ranked as seventh best player in the state of Georgia by Rivals.com...named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Super 11 Team for the preseason of 2013 along with Clemson signee Deshaun Watson...received overall grade of 90 by 247Sports.com...played quarterback in high school, but will be a running back once he enrolls at Clemson...rushed for 1,622 yards and 19 TDs his sophomore season (2011) and 1,658 yards and 23 TDs as a junior (2012)...as a junior, made first-team all-state at the 5A level...had 600 yards passing and five TD passes in addition to his 1,658 yards rushing...second-team all-state player as a senior, honorable mention as a junior...2014 US Army All-America Game nominee...outstanding baseball player, he made the national finals of the MLB Pitch, Hit and Throw Competition at Yankee Stadium in 2008...just 12 years old at the time, he fielded fly balls during the Home Run hitting competition at the All-Star Game...committed to the Clemson program on May 22, 2013...recruited to Clemson by Danny Pearman...also had offers from Georgia, Auburn, Florida and Georgia Tech...wore #2 in high school...played his high school football for Bill Shaver.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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