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Sophomore wide receiver burst onto the scene as one of Clemson’s biggest downfield threats in 2015 ... led the Tigers in yards per reception.

2015: Had 34 catches for 582 yards and five touchdowns in 13 games (one start) ... his 17.1 yards per catch average was best on the team and five touchdown catches tied for third most ... snagged three catches for 36 yards in his first collegiate game ... had two catches for 26 yards in road win at Louisville ... game-high five catches for 96 yards in win over Georgia Tech ... posted two grabs for 97 yards, including a 67-yarder that was a near touchdown ... sat out the Miami game for disciplinary reasons ... caught first career touchdown at NC State ... followed with another on a screen pass from 38 yards out the next time out against Florida State ... snagged a 40-yard touchdown catch at Syracuse ... posted an 11-yard touchdown snap against Wake Forest, his fourth straight game with a score ... also threw a 35-yard pass to Hunter Renfrow on his first career attempt ... broke Sammy Watkins’ freshman school record with a fifth straight game with a touchdown at South Carolina; hauled in a 55-yarder against the Gamecocks in the second quarter ... posted two catches in the ACC Championship game against North Carolina ... did not appear in the final two games due to suspension.

Before Clemson: Consensus top-50 national player who was a quarterback most of his high school career ... his performance in practice and during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl contributed to his ranking spike; he had a 54-yard passing touchdown and 50-yard receiving touchdown in the game ... fourth-highest rated signee entering the ACC in 2015 ... No. 17 player and No. 4 wide receiver in the nation and No. 6 player in Florida by ... No. 18 player and No. 32 wide receiver in the nation and No. 9 player in Florida by ... No. 25 player and No. 2 wide receiver in the nation and No. 9 player in Florida by ESPN ... No. 46 player and No. 7 wide receiver in the nation and No. 9 player in Florida by ... second-team All-American by USA Today ... AAAAAAA first-team all-state ... had 1,892 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns along with five passing touchdowns as a senior ... had 1,900 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior ... had 1,627 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore ... coached by Jayson Roberts ... recruited by Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott.

Personal: Majoring in sports communication ... born Aug. 9, 1996.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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