Clemson wide receiver has knee scoped after ACCCG

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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said on Monday that Clemson's leading receiver Artavis Scott had a meniscus procedure performed after the ACC Championship victory over North Carolina.

Swinney said the sophomore wide receiver has been playing with it for the injury for the last five weeks.

He also said Scott is limited in practice right now but will soon be "ready to roll."

Scott rolled over the Sooners in last year's Bowl game with eight catches for 114 yards and a touchdown.

Scott has 84 receptions for 805 yards and five touchdowns this season. In two years at Clemson, he has 160 receptions for 1770 yards and 13 scores.

Artavis Scott

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