|Hopkins named 2nd Team All-American|
Clemson, SC—Clemson wide receiver DeAndre HopkinsDeAndre Hopkins
Jr. Wide Receiver
#6 6-2, 205
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Hopkins was one of six Tigers on the first team offense as he was joined by quarterback Tajh BoydTajh Boyd
RS Jr. Quarterback
#10 6-1, 225
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RS Sr. Running Back
#23 5-10, 195
Moncks Corner, SC
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Gr. Tight End
#80 6-4, 240
View Full Profile, center Dalton FreemanDalton Freeman
#55 6-5, 265
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RS Jr. Offensive Line
#63 6-3, 305
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#31 6-2, 210
St. Augustine, FL
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Hopkins is the third Clemson offensive player named to an All-American team this year. Boyd and Freeman were both named first-team All-Americans by the American Football Coaches Association last week.
Hopkins finished the regular season with 69 receptions for 1214 yards and 16 touchdowns. His 16 touchdowns rank second in the nation and are just one short of the ACC single season record of 17 set by Duke’s Clarkston Hines in 1989. Hopkins has already set the Clemson season touchdown record and he needs just six receiving yards to break Sammy WatkinsSammy Watkins
So. Wide Receiver
#2 6-1, 205
Fort Myers, FL
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The native of nearby Central, SC averages 17.6 yards per catch and is eighth in the nation in reception yards per game at 101.2. He has 18 catches of 25 yards or more this year, second in the nation, and also has the lead in touchdown catches in the first half this year with 12.
Twice this year, against Ball State and Duke, Hopkins had three touchdown receptions in less than nine minutes.
Hopkins has caught at least one touchdown pass in nine straight games, tying the ACC record of nine in a row set by Herman Moore of Virginia in 1990.
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