Has emerged from a backup as a freshman to one of the top quarterbacks in the Southeast...has a strong arm and the size to be an outstanding signal-caller...has good leadership qualities...is 331-562 passing for 4,157 yards and 37 touchdowns against 15 interceptions in 1,136 snaps over 21 games (14 starts) in his career...has completed 58.9 percent of his passes and has a 137.4 pass efficiency rating...has 251 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns in his career...has 4,408 total yards and is responsible for 43 touchdowns in his career...first in school history in passing efficiency, third in interception avoidance (.0267), fourth in completion percentage, fourth in passing touchdowns, seventh in completions, eighth in passing yards, eighth in passing attempts, tied for eighth in touchdown responsibility, ninth in total offense, and 10th in passing yards per attempt (7.40)...has a 10-4 career record as a starter.
2011: Honorable Mention All-American by SI.com...one of 16 semifinalists for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award...one of 16 semifinalists for the Maxwell Award...added to the Manning Award Watch List in October...First-Team All-ACC selection...first-team All-ACC by CBSSports.com, ESPN.com, and Phil Steele...was 298-499 passing for 3,828 yards and 33 touchdowns against 12 interceptions in 997 snaps over 14 games (14 starts)...completed 59.7 percent of his passes and had a 141.2 pass efficiency rating...had 218 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns...had 4,046 total yards and was responsible for a ACC-record 38 touchdowns...first in school history in passing yards, first in completions, first in passing attempts, first in passing touchdowns, first in total offense, second in passing yards per game (273.4), second in total offense per game (289.0), sixth in passing efficiency, and ninth in completion percentage...10th in the nation in passing yards, tied for 13th in points responsible for per game (16.9), 18th in total offense per game, and 20th in passing yards per game...first in the ACC in total offense per game, first in passing yards per game, and fourth in passing efficiency...had a streak of 142 consecutive passes without an interception from the Troy game on Sept. 3 to the Virginia Tech game on Oct. 1...was 20-30 passing for 264 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start against Troy on Sept. 3; he was also 14-18 passing for 199 yards and two touchdowns in the second half; named ACC Player-of-the-Week by Rivals.com; named team offensive player-of-the-game...was 18-29 passing for 261 yards and three touchdowns against no interceptions against Wofford on Sept. 10; he added nine yards on 10 carries and a rushing touchdown...was 30-42 passing for 386 yards and four touchdowns against no interceptions against #19 Auburn on Sept. 17; he added 30 yards on seven carries and directed Clemson to 624 total yards; he set the Memorial Stadium record for passing yards in a game; named Manning Award Player-of-the-Week; named ACC Offensive Back-of-the-Week; received a Helmet Sticker on ESPN College Gameday Final; named team co-offensive player-of-the-game...was 22-35 passing for 344 yards and three touchdowns against no interceptions against #11 Florida State on Sept. 24; he added 19 rushing yards and a touchdown; named Manning Award Player-of-the-Week; named ACC player-of-the-week by Rivals.com; named ACC Offensive Back-of-the-Week...directed Clemson to a 23-3 win at #10 Virginia Tech on Oct. 1 in his home state...was 16-26 passing for 283 yards and a touchdown along with 37 yards on six carries and a touchdown before leaving the game early in the third quarter with a hip injury against Boston College on Oct. 8...was 26-38 passing for 270 yards and four touchdowns along with 37 yards on 11 carries at Maryland on Oct. 15...was 27-46 passing for 367 yards and five touchdowns (to five different players) against no interceptions and added eight yards and a touchdown on 11 carries against North Carolina on Oct. 22; named Manning Award Player-of-the-Week; named ACC Offensive Back-of-the-Week; named team co-offensive player-of-the-game...was 23-40 passing for 295 yards and one touchdown at Georgia Tech on Oct. 29...was 27-43 passing for 343 yards and two touchdowns along with 27 yards on 11 carries against Wake Forest on Nov. 12...was 20-29 passing for 240 yards and three touchdowns against no interceptions along with 28 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries against #3 Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 3; named ACC Championship Game MVP; named team co-offensive player-of-the-game...was 24-46 passing for 250 yards and two touchdowns along with 32 yards on 10 carries against #22 West Virginia in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 4.
2010: Future Impact Player Award (offense) winner...was 33-63 passing for 329 yards and four touchdowns against three interceptions in seven games for a total of 139 snaps...played six snaps against North Texas and played 34 snaps against Presbyterian College when he completed 4-9 passes for 87 yards and two touchdowns; he had 112 total yards, including 25 rushing yards...was 1-1 passing for 13 yards against Maryland...was 4-8 passing for 37 yards at Wake Forest...was 10-18 passing for 73 yards against #17 South Carolina...was 13-23 passing for 112 yards and two touchdowns against South Florida.
Before Clemson: Consensus top-100 national player...#38 player in the nation by Tom Lemming...#59 player in the nation by ESPN.com and #51 player by Rivals.com...#46 player in the nation by SuperPrep...#87 player in the Top-100 Dream Team by PrepStar...#77 player in the nation and #9 player in the ACC by Athlon...#5 quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com and #4 quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com...#3 player in Virginia by Rivals.com...#6 player in Virginia by SuperPrep...#5 quarterback in the nation by SuperPrep...played in the U.S. Army All-American game, where he earned Co-MVP honors after completing 7-9 passes for 179 yards and three touchdowns...completed 57 percent of his passes for 1,455 yards and 23 touchdowns along with three rushing touchdowns as a senior...completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,050 yards and 25 touchdowns, and rushed for seven touchdowns as a junior...his high school team posted a 43-2 record with him as starting quarterback in his career...played his senior year with a torn ACL and had surgery in January; he still led his high school to the state championship...led Phoebus High to two state titles...coached by Bill Dee at Phoebus High School...recruited by Billy Napier and Danny Pearman...chose Clemson over Ohio State and Oregon.
Personal: His cousin, Darrell Roseman, was an offensive lineman at Auburn...majoring in sociology...born Sept. 25, 1990.