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Overview: On track to be one of just two original walk-ons in this senior class to earn four letters, Terrance Ashe is the other...has a chance to become one of the few walk-on offensive linemen in the last 25 years to earn four letters after beginning career as a of eight original walk-ons now on scholarship on the Clemson roster...second-team center off and on during his career...named to 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2009: Played 35 snaps for the season and had 2.5 knockdown blocks, all in the win over Wake Forest when he graded 80 percent for his five plays...played career-high 14 snaps in win over Coastal Carolina...played in six of the 14 games.

2008: Second-team center...played four games (55 snaps)...had four knockdowns...played 13 snaps against The Citadel and had an 88-percent grade...played 27 snaps against S.C. State and had a 78-percent grade with two knockdowns...played 14 snaps against Duke and had one knockdown...played one snap against South Carolina...had an 82-percent average grade.

2007: Reserve offensive lineman who played 45 snaps in five games...played a season-high 18 snaps against Central Michigan and had four knockdown blocks...played seven snaps against both Furman and Duke and had two knockdowns in each game...played 12 snaps against Louisiana-Monroe.

2006: Red-shirted.

Before Clemson: Lettered three times at Grimsley High School, where he was coached by Todd Shuping...played in the state championship game as a senior...born Jul. 7, 1987...majoring in construction science & management.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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