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Impact contributor on special teams and as a reserve running back ... has 382 rushing yards and a touchdown on 89 carries (30 games) ... also has 11 career catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns.

2016: Part of a trio of offensive players named Most Improved at the team banquet ... produced 211 rushing yards on 47 carries in 172 snaps (15 games) ... posted two carries for eight yards in win over Boston College ... leading rusher for the Tigers against NC State after Wayne Gallman left with an injury; posted 16 carries for 56 yards ... notched 24 yards on five carries against Syracuse ... scored on 18-yard touchdown reception in win over state rival South Carolina, part of a 64-yard total effort ... posted five carries for 40 yards against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game, including a career-long 27-yard carry ... caught second touchdown pass of the season in the Fiesta Bowl, a 30-yard strike from Deshaun Watson in the Tigers' 31-0 win over Ohio State.

2015: Fourth on team with 171 rushing yards on 42 carries with one touchdown ... played 89 snaps on offense and also added 14 kickoff returns for 237 yards ... also had four special teams tackles ... rushed seven times for 26 yards in his debut against Wofford ... recovered fumbled kickoff by Notre Dame in 24-22 win over the Fighting Irish ... notched a tackle against Georgia Tech ... posted two carries for nine yards in Boston College win ... had 43 of Clemson's 416 rushing yards at Miami ... posted six kickoff returns for 108 yards at Syracuse ... tallied 118 all-purpose yards against Wake Forest ... posted first career touchdown at South Carolina, a four-yard plunge.

2014: Redshirted.

Before Clemson: Rated as the No. 19 prospect in South Carolina by 247Sports.com and Rivals.com ... played running back and cornerback at Easley High School ... helped Easley High School to the state playoffs three consecutive years, a first in school history ... had 3,381 career rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns ... second-team all-state by SCVarsity.com as a junior ... had a school-record 2,090 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns, including 15 of 27+ yards, as a junior ... had a career-high 309 rushing yards against Wren High School ... had 712 rushing yards as a sophomore ... coached by Grayson Howell at Easley High School ... recruited by Chad Morris.

Personal: Majoring in sociology ... born Nov. 22, 1995.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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