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• Entering 13th full season at Clemson overall in 2020, including his playing career and tenures as a graduate assistant and full-time assistant coach.

• Returned to Clemson as the recruiting coordinator and quarterbacks coach in December 2014.

• In his five full seasons, has helped Clemson to five straight ACC titles, five straight CFP berths, four national championship berths and two national titles.

As recruiting coordinator for from 2014-19, he spearheaded Clemson’s top-10 classes according to Rivals in five of the six years, including the record No. 2 class for 2020 that also ranked No. 1 according to ESPN.

• In 2019, helped Trevor Lawrence extend his streak of consecutive victories to open his career to 25, one shy of the FBS record by a starting quarterback. It was tied for the sixth-longest streak by an FBS starting quarterback at any point of a career.

• Helped Lawrence throw for 66 touchdown passes across his first two seasons, the most by an ACC quarterback through a sophomore year. Lawrence also enters 2020 with his streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception at 239, Clemson’s single-season and multi-season record. It enters 2020 as the fifth-longest streak in ACC history.

• In 2018, helped Lawrence become the first first-year freshman starting quarterback to win a national title since Oklahoma’s Jamelle Holieway in 1985. Lawrence was a second-team All-ACC honoree and freshman All-American in addition to being a Maxwell Award finalist and Davey O’Brien Award semifinalist. He also won ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year.

• Helped Lawrence win the Archie Griffin Award in 2018 as the nation’s most valuable player after he set school freshman records in passing yards, passing touchdowns and wins as a starting quarterback in addition to the school record for consecutive pass attempts without an interception (169).

• Coached Manning Award finalist and Davey O’Brien Award semifinalist Kelly Bryant in 2017. Earned Quarterbacks Coach of the Year from 247Sports.

• Coached Clemson’s first two-time Heisman Trophy finalist, Deshaun Watson. He became the first player in FBS history with at least 4,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a season in 2015.

• Watson was a two-time recipient of the Davey O’Brien and Manning awards, given to the nation’s top quarterback. He also won the 2016 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and 2016 Bobby Bowden Award.

Coached the 2015 Tigers to 11 consecutive games with at least 500 yards of total offense, a school record.

• Six of the seven teams he worked with as an offensive coordinator between the 2008-14 seasons finished the year in the top 25 of the FCS poll. That included the 2014 Richmond team that entered the FCS playoffs ranked No. 16 in the nation. Five of the last eight teams were conference champions or co-champions, and Clemson has finished in the top two in each of his four full seasons.

• Helped the 2014 Richmond team to a 9-5 record and a bid to the FCS playoffs, as the Spiders reached the second round.

• Guided Richmond to a top-20 finish in passing offense each season from 2012-14. That included a 314-yard average, eighth-best in the nation, in 2014. The Spiders also averaged 461 yards per game, 19th-most in the nation, and were second in third-down conversion percentage (51.6) and third in first downs (332).

• Richmond was seventh in the nation in passing yards (328) in 2013. Virtually every Richmond individual game, season and career school passing record was established during the 2013 season. The 2012 Richmond offense was 20th in passing offense and 21st in scoring offense. The Spider offense saw five players earn All-CAA recognition.

• Streeter served as quarterbacks coach at Liberty for six years, the last three as offensive coordinator. In 2011, Liberty led the Big South Conference in passing yards and pass efficiency.

• In 2010, Liberty averaged 36.5 points per game, a better mark than in 2009, when the Flames led the nation in scoring offense (36.4). That Liberty team won the Big South Conference title for a fourth straight year.

• He served as a graduate assistant at Clemson in 2004 and 2005, when Dabo Swinney was an assistant coach. Streeter worked with quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, third on Clemson’s career passing yards chart, during those two seasons.

• Three-time letterman at Clemson from 1997-99. He was Clemson’s starting quarterback the last two years. He was also a three-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.






*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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