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Sophomore who was the primary starter as a nickel back in 2014 ... has 54 tackles, four tackles for loss, four interceptions for 63 yards, four quarterback pressures and seven pass breakups in 813 snaps over 25 games (six starts) in his career.

2014: Had 40 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, two quarterback pressures, two interceptions for 44 yards and two pass breakups in 521 snaps over 13 games (six starts) ... had four tackles and one tackle for loss in 33 snaps against SC State on Sept. 6; it was his first career start ... had four tackles in 77 snaps against North Carolina on Sept. 27 ... had two tackles and a pass breakup in 21 snaps against NC State on Oct. 4 ... had five tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss in 38 snaps at Boston College on Oct. 18 ... had three tackles in 56 snaps against Syracuse on Oct. 25 ... had two tackles and one tackle for loss in 34 snaps at Wake Forest on Nov. 6 ... had three tackles in 11 snaps at No. 23 Georgia Tech on Nov. 15 ... had three tackles and a 37-yard interception return in 50 snaps against Georgia State on Nov. 22 ... had four tackles and a pass breakup in 50 snaps against South Carolina on Nov. 29 ... had a team-tying-high six tackles and a seven-yard interception return in 37 snaps against No. 24 Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 29.

2013: Had 14 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions for 19 yards, two quarterback pressures and five pass breakups in 292 snaps over 12 games ... had one tackle in 19 snaps against No. 5 Georgia on Aug. 31; it was his first career game ... had three tackles in 23 snaps at NC State on Sept. 19 ... had three tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and a pass breakup in 25 snaps against Wake Forest on Sept. 28 ... had one tackle and a four-yard interception return in 25 snaps against Boston College on Oct. 12 ... had two pass breakups in 62 snaps at Maryland on Oct. 26 ... had four tackles, a 15-yard interception return and two pass breakups in 63 snaps at Virginia on Nov. 2.

Before Clemson: Rated as one of the top-30 cornerbacks in the nation by ESPN ... No. 28 player in North Carolina by ESPN ... No. 25 player in North Carolina by Charlotte Observer ... No. 42 cornerback in the nation and No. 14 player in North Carolina by Rivals.com ... No. 52 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com ... No. 25 safety in the nation and No. 4 player in North Carolina by 247Sports.com ... two-time all-state selection by AP ... two-time all-conference and all-area selection at Hillside High School ... selected to the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas ... had 90 tackles and seven interceptions as a senior ... had 80 tackles, 12 pass breakups and six interceptions as a junior when he helped his team to an 11-2 record ... starter as a sophomore on a 16-0 team that won the AAAA state title ... his team was undefeated in the conference as a sophomore, junior and senior ... coached by Antonio King at Hillside High School ... recruited by Robbie Caldwell.

Personal: Majoring in health science ... born April 19, 1995.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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