Two Tigers named to Biletnikoff Award Watch List

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Williams has the potential to have a great season for the Tigers

Clemson, S.C.—Clemson wide receivers Mike Williams and Artavis Scott have been named to the 2015 Biletnikoff Watch List. The honor is presented each year to the top receiver in the nation. This year the honor will be announced and awarded at the Home Depot College Football Awards show in Atlanta on December 10.

Williams and Scott are the only ACC players on the Watch List. Clemson is one of just six schools with two players on the list. The others are Bowling Green, Baylor, Louisiana Monroe, Western Kentucky and Toledo. Clemson and Baylor are the only two schools with two underclassmen on the list.

Last year Williams and Scott combined for 1995 receiving yards, the fourth highest total in Clemson history for a receiving duo.

Williams, a junior from Vance, S.C., led Clemson in reception yardage with 1030 off 57 catches and he scored six touchdowns. His 18.1 average was seventh best in the nation among players with at least 50 receptions. Williams had four 100-yard receiving games, including 9-112 against Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl.

Scott, a freshman All-American in 2014, had a team best 76 receptions for 965 yards and a team best eight receiving scores. He had four 100-yard receiving games, including 185 yards on seven catches against South Carolina, the most receiving yards in Clemson history against the Gamecocks. He had eight receptions for 114 yards in the 40-6 win over Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl.

2015 Biletnikoff Award Watch List

Victor Bolden Oregon State University Jr.
Devonte Boyd University of Nevada, Las Vegas So.
Daniel Braverman Western Michigan University RJr.
Ryan Burbrink Bowling Green State University RSr.
KD Cannon Baylor University So.
Leonte Carroo Rutgers University Sr.
Rashon Ceaser University of Louisiana at Monroe Sr.
Corey Coleman Baylor University Jr.
Pharoh Cooper University of South Carolina Jr.
River Cracraft Washington State University Jr.
Jared Dangerfield Western Kentucky University RSr.
Corey Davis Western Michigan University Jr.
Josh Doctson Texas Christian University Sr.
Travin Dural Louisiana State University Jr.
Alex Erickson University of Wisconsin RSr.
William Fuller University of Notre Dame Jr.
Jakeem Grant Texas Tech University Sr.
DaeSean Hamilton Pennsylvania State University So.
Donovan Harden Georgia State University RSr.
Carlos Harris University of North Texas Jr.
Rashard Higgins Colorado State University Jr.
Ajalen Holley University of Louisiana at Monroe Jr.
Cayleb Jones University of Arizona RJr.
Corey Jones University of Toledo Jr.
Isaiah Jones East Carolina University Jr.
Marcus Kemp University of Hawaii Jr.
Roger Lewis Bowling Green State University So.
Keevan Lucas University of Tulsa Jr.
Byron Marshall University of Oregon Sr.
Mitch Mathews Brigham Young University Sr.
Teldrick Morgan New Mexico State University RJr.
Jordan Payton University of California, Los Angeles Sr.
Josh Reynolds Texas A&M University Jr.
Jalen Robinette US Air Force Academy Jr.
Demarcus Robinson University of Florida Jr.
Alonzo Russell University of Toledo Sr.
Artavis ScottArtavis Scott
So. Wide Receiver
#3 5-10, 190
Oldsmar, FL

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Clemson University So.
Hunter Sharp Utah State University Sr.
Tajae Sharpe University of Massachusetts Sr.
Sterling Shepard University of Oklahoma Sr.
Thomas Sperbeck Boise State University Jr.
Nelson Spruce University of Colorado Sr.
Taywan Taylor Western Kentucky University Jr.
Trent Taylor Louisiana Tech University Jr.
Michael Thomas Ohio State University Jr.
Shaq Washington University of Cincinnati Sr.
Mike WilliamsMike Williams
Jr. Wide Receiver
#7 6-4, 210
Vance, SC

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Clemson University Jr.
Ron Willoughby University of Buffalo Jr.

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