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Played sparingly as a freshman in 2011, but burst onto the scene in 2012 as the starting left offensive guard in all but one game and was a primary starter at offensive guard in 2013 ... had 52 knockdowns in 1,917 snaps over 42 games (30 starts) in his career.

2014: Honorable Mention All-ACC selection (media, coaches) ... Medal of Honor Bowl invitee ... had 10 knockdowns in 690 snaps over 12 games (11 starts) ... played 32 snaps against SC State on Sept. 6 ... had one knockdown in 73 snaps at No. 1 Florida State on Sept. 20 ... had two knockdowns in 70 snaps against North Carolina on Sept. 27 ... played 59 snaps against NC State on Oct. 4 ... played all 73 snaps against Louisville on Oct. 11; named team offensive player-of-the-game ... played all 81 snaps at Boston College on Oct. 18 ... had three knockdowns in 66 snaps against Syracuse on Oct. 25 ... played all 81 snaps at Wake Forest on Nov. 6 ... played 34 snaps at No. 23 Georgia Tech on Nov. 15 ... had one knockdown in 43 snaps against Georgia State on Nov. 22 ... had two knockdowns in playing all 61 snaps against South Carolina on Nov. 29; named team co-offensive player-of-the-game ... had one knockdown in 17 snaps against No. 24 Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 29.

2013: Had 14 knockdowns in 433 snaps over 13 games (seven starts) ... had one knockdown in playing all 79 snaps against No. 5 Georgia on Aug. 31 ... had a team-high four knockdowns in 32 snaps against SC State on Sept. 7 ... had two knockdowns in 53 snaps at NC State on Sept. 19 ... had one knockdown in 20 snaps at Syracuse on Oct. 5 ... had one knockdown in 27 snaps against No. 5 Florida State on Oct. 19 ... had one knockdown in 33 snaps at Maryland on Oct. 26 ... had one knockdown in 41 snaps at Virginia on Nov. 2 ... played 35 snaps against Georgia Tech on Nov. 14 ... had one knockdown in 26 snaps against The Citadel on Nov. 23 ... had one knockdown in 35 snaps at No. 9 South Carolina on Nov. 30; named team co-special teams player-of-the-game ... had one knockdown in 42 snaps against No. 6 Ohio State in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 3.

2012: Had 27 knockdowns in 764 snaps over 12 games (12 starts) ... had four knockdowns in playing all 89 snaps against No. 25 Auburn at Atlanta, Ga. on Sept. 1; it was his first career start ... had two knockdowns in 57 snaps at No. 4 Florida State on Sept. 22 ... had a team-high five knockdowns in 81 snaps at Boston College on Sept. 29 ... had three knockdowns in 72 snaps against Georgia Tech on Oct. 6 ... had a team-high three knockdowns in playing all 67 snaps against Virginia Tech on Oct. 20 ... had two knockdowns in 39 snaps at Duke on Nov. 3 ... had two knockdowns in 48 snaps against Maryland on Nov. 10 ... had three knockdowns in 85 snaps against NC State on Nov. 17 ... had one knockdown in 52 snaps against No. 12 South Carolina on Nov. 24 ... had two knockdowns in 101 snaps against No. 7 Louisiana State in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on Dec. 31.

2011: Had one knockdown in 30 snaps over five games ... played one snap against Boston College on Oct. 8; it was his first career game ... played seven snaps against North Carolina on Oct. 22 ... graded 100 percent in nine snaps at NC State on Nov. 19 ... graded 86 percent with one knockdown in seven snaps against No. 3 Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 3 ... played six snaps against No. 22 West Virginia in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 4.

2010: Redshirted.

Before Clemson: Two-time, first-team all-state pick at G.W. Carver High School ... No. 22 offensive guard in the nation and No. 39 player in Georgia by Rivals.com ... No. 31 offensive guard in the nation and No. 31 player in Georgia by Scout.com ... No. 19 offensive guard in the nation by ESPN ... No. 64 player in Georgia by SuperPrep ... first-team all-state by the Georgia Sportswriters Association as a senior ... led his team to 3,507 rushing yards and 34 points per game as a senior ... had 88 pancake blocks as a junior and 70 as a senior ... played in the Offense-Defense All-Star game in Myrtle Beach, S.C. ... All-Southeast Region pick by PrepStars ... attended the same high school as former Clemson All-ACC defensive tackle Brentson Buckner, who went on to play 12 years in the NFL ... high school teammate of fellow Tiger Corey Crawford ... coached by Dell McGee at G.W. Carver High School ... recruited by Charlie Harbison ... chose Clemson over Georgia, Miami (Fla.) and South Carolina.

Personal: Majoring in sociology ... born Nov. 17, 1990.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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