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• Clemson has been to a bowl game each of his seven years as a full-time assistant coach.

• Named co-offensive coordinator prior to the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl.

• Coached wide receivers Artavis Scott and Mike Williams, who were both Second-Team All-ACC selections, in 2014.

• Named one of the top-10 recruiters in the nation by in 2014, one of the top-14 recruiters in the country by in 2014 and one of the top-25 recruiters by in 2012 and 2014.

• Coached First-Team All-ACC and first-team All-America wide receiver Sammy Watkins in 2013. He had a school-record 101 receptions for a school-record 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also set or tied school career records for receptions (240), receiving yards (3,391) and receiving touchdowns (27).

• In 2012, he coached DeAndre Hopkins to a second-team All-America season. Hopkins had 82 receptions for 1,405 yards and an ACC-record 18 touchdowns, second-most in the nation.

• Coached an All-American every year from 2011-13 and a first-round draft pick in both 2012 and 2013.

• Coached four wideouts (Jacoby Ford, Hopkins, Martavis Bryant, Watkins) who were NFL draft picks in his first six full years as wide receivers coach.

• Played a big role in Clemson winning the 2011 ACC Championship for the first time in 20 years. He has been on the staff of three ACC Atlantic Division titles in the last six years.

• In 2011, he coached one of the top receiving duos in school history in Watkins and Hopkins. Watkins, the national freshman-of-the-year and a first-team All-American, had 82 receptions for 1,219 yards and 12 touchdowns. Hopkins had 72 receptions for 978 yards.

• Helped the Tigers to a top-25 ranking and the ACC Atlantic Division title in his first full season as an assistant in 2009. He mentored Ford, a Second-Team All-ACC wideout who was an NFL draft pick by the Raiders.

• Took over as Clemson’s recruiting coordinator in December 2008 and the Tigers put together a top-10 signing class in his first season (2009) at the position. Then in both 2011 and 2012, Clemson had top-10 recruiting classes.

• Son of former Tiger Associate Head Coach Brad Scott (1999-10), therefore Jeff was a part of the first full-time, father-son coaching combination in Clemson football history.

• A member of three bowl teams as a player at Clemson from 2000-02. He played in the 2001 Gator Bowl, 2001 Humanitarian Bowl and 2002 Tangerine Bowl.

• Had his first full-time college job at Presbyterian College in 2007 as wide receivers coach, then came to Clemson as a graduate assistant in 2008. He moved into full-time status when Tommy Bowden resigned at midseason.

• Began his coaching career at Blythewood (S.C.) High and won a state title in his first year and the program’s first year. It is believed to be the first time that occurred in South Carolina high school football history.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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