Artavis Scott makes his NFL decision

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Scott has the school record for receptions

Clemson junior wide receiver Artavis Scott has officially made his decision to leave Clemson early and enter the NFL draft according to his Twitter account on Wednesday afternoon.

"I would like to say thank you to all the coaches and staff who have given me an opportunity to play ball here at Clemson," Scott tweeted. "I had an unbelievable time here and accomplished a lot of things I wouldn't imagine and I'm thankful for that. I will be going on to the next level. I prayed about it and I feel that this is the best choice for me and my family. Who knows what will happen but I put my trust in God. Thank you to the Clemson family, love you all." #ALLIN

Scott had 76 receptions for 614 yards and five touchdowns in 2016. For his impressive collegiate career at Clemson, he had 245 catches for 2480 yards and 19 scores (and his degree).

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