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Before Clemson: Fine all-around athletic offensive lineman who was also the kicker for his Williston-Elko High School team...also outstanding baseball player, another example of his athleticism...named to the South Carolina Shrine Bowl team, he helped his high school team to 9-3 record, including 6-0 in the conference, and to the second round of the state playoffs...ranked #15 prospect in South Carolina by Rivals.com and #17 by ESPN.com...good run-blocker that has strong upside and can play either at guard or tackle on the offensive line...three-year starter on the offensive and defensive lines for Williston-Elko...committed to Clemson on Feb. 4, 2013, just after signing day a year ago...fifth commitment to Dabo Swinney's program in the class of 2014...on the baseball diamond, led his team in home runs with six and in pitching victories with seven...attends same high school that produced current New Orleans Saints player Rafael Bush...recruited by Marion Hobby...also had offer from North Carolina...wore #51 at Williston-Elko High School where he played for Dwayne Garrick.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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