Served as a reserve tight end in 2012, but will compete for the starting job with the injury to Sam Cooper ... has seen action at wide receiver ... had two receptions for 81 yards, including a 75-yard receiving touchdown, in the Spring Game.
2012: Had four receptions for 35 yards and one touchdown in 88 snaps over eight games ... had two receptions for 27 yards against Ball State on Sept. 8; it was his first career game ... had a four-yard reception against Furman on Sept. 15 ... had a four-yard receiving touchdown against Maryland on Nov. 10; it was his first career touchdown.
2011: Red-shirted ... ACC Academic Honor Roll member.
Before Clemson: Record-setting wide receiver at Porter-Gaud School ... had a school-record 105 receptions for 1,833 yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior ... had four receptions for 157 yards and two scores in a playoff game against Orangeburg Prep ... led his team to an 11-2 record and the state championship game ... second-team All-American by Rivals.com ... #14 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep ... first-team All-Lowcountry by Charleston Post & Courier ... named the SCISA Mr. Football by High School Sports Report ... played in the SCISA Shrine Bowl, where he had nine receptions for 334 yards; named team offensive player-of-the-game for that performance ... played in the NUC Gridiron Classic in Charleston, SC ... had 58 receptions for 1,095 yards and nine scores as a junior ... had 58 tackles and three interceptions as a junior ... starter on the basketball team ... team MVP of his football, basketball, and track teams and all-state in all three sports ... had a 6'63/4" mark in the high jump (state record) ... member of the state championship 1,600m relay team ... coached by Rick Reetz at Porter-Gaud School ... recruited by Dan Brooks.
Personal: His brother, Trenton, was a 2011 Clemson graduate ... his brother, Trevor, was a 2009 Clemson graduate ... his mother, Terrye, was a 1979 Clemson graduate who played for the Clemson volleyball team ... majoring in management ... born Aug. 20, 1992.
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide