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Redshirt sophomore who enrolled in January 2015 and has seen time as a reserve at center and guard.

2016: Appeared in 32 snaps over five games ... made collegiate debut against SC State, logging 10 snaps ... played four snaps at Boston College ... played three snaps in win over Syracuse ... graded 82 percent in 11 snaps against South Carolina ... saw four snaps of shutout win over Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl.

2015: Redshirted.

Before Clemson: Played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl ... No. 31 offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN entering his senior season ... No. 44 player in Georgia by Rivals.com ... played baseball, basketball and track ... coached by Keith Walton ... recruited by Chad Morris.

Personal: Majoring in health science ... born Oct. 8, 1996.


*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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