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2016: Redshirted.

Before Clemson: Two-year starting lineman who helped Daniel High to 2014 state championship game ... rated No. 19 prospect in South Carolina by 247 Sports ... Shrine Bowl participant ... played for Randy Robinson ... recruited by Brent Venables.

Personal: Follows a long line of players from nearby Daniel High School to come to Clemson ... former Daniel players now in the NFL who went through Clemson include DeAndre Hopkins (Houston, Pro Bowler), Jarvis Jenkins (Chicago), DeShawn Williams (Cincinnati) and 2016 first-round draft choice Shaq Lawson ... majoring in construction science & management.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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