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  • Appeared in 34 games and made 22 starts (both career highs), while averaging a career-best 19.8 minutes per contest.

  • Averaged career highs in points (5.5), rebounds (4.1), assists (1.9), field goal percentage (51.1) and 3-point percentage (33.3).

  • Totaled five double-digit scoring games, one double-digit rebounding game, his first career double-double and 10 games with at least three assists.

  • First career double double came in the season opener against The Citadel (Nov. 7).

    • Scored 20 points and collected 14 rebounds, including nine on the offensive glass.

    • The nine offensive rebounds were the most for a Tiger since James Mays had 10 at Maryland on Jan. 13, 2007.

    • It was the most by a Tiger in Littlejohn Coliseum since Sharrod Ford had 10 vs. Georgia Tech on Feb. 28, 2004.

  • Produced a big game in a 72-64 win over Duke (Jan. 14). Posted six points, eight rebounds and six assists, while drawing a career-high three charges. He was just one charge off from the program record of four in a game.

    • He played a career-high 36 minutes against the Blue Devils.

  • Of his five double-digit scoring games, two came in back-to-back contests against Notre Dame (March 4) and NC State in the ACC Tournament (March 9).

    • He scored 31 total points (16 vs. Notre Dame and 15 vs. NC State) and finished 13-for-15 from the floor.

    • If you include the Virginia game on March 10, he finished 14-for-16 from the floor in a three game stretch.


  • Averaged 3.1 points, 2.8 rebounds and 0.9 assists per game as a freshman.

  • Played in 30 games and made seven starts, averaging 11.6 minutes per contest.

  • Scored a career-high 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting against North Carolina (Feb. 8)

    • Finished 1-for-1 from three and 3-for-3 from the free throw line. Also added two rebounds and one assist.

  • Career-high 10 rebounds against Duke (Feb. 10).

  • Notched 10 points in a win over Wake Forest (Feb. 23) on 4-for-10 shooting.

  • Totaled a career-best four assists in a win over Virginia Tech (March 5). Also added four points and four rebounds.

Before Clemson

  • Rated as a three-star prospect, according to 247SportsandRivals.

  • Schieffelin averaged 12.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game last season for Grayson, a top-ranked program in Georgia. Last year they finished ranked 10th in the country and were No. 1 among public schools.

  • As a sophomore, Schieffelin averaged 10.1 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.0 block per game, while helping lead Grayson to a 25-4 record and a Region 8-AAAAAAA championship.

  • Schieffelin chose Clemson over Virginia Tech and Dayton.

“Ian is a versatile front court player who impressed our coaching staff with his toughness and competitive spirit. He is an outstanding passer and rebounder who can play well both in the post and on the perimeter. Ian was a talented multi-sport athlete when he was younger, but his focus on basketball has grown his game tremendously, showing an exceptional AAU season this past spring.”

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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