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Overview: Top receiver on the Clemson team in receptions (35) and reception yards (535) and touchdowns (5) in 1998...already ranked 11th in Clemson history in receptions and 13th in reception yardage and 10th in touchdown catches....has the same amount of touchdown receptions Bennie Cunningham had for Clemson and is just one short of total Jerry Butler accumulated in his four year career...has streak of 35 consecutive games played, longest streak on the team among active Tigers...also has 20 career starts, most among returning offensive players...has played 1287 career plays, more than any active Tiger...had outstanding spring, he had 4-106 and a touchdown in the spring game, also 5-38 and a score in April 3 scrimmage...third on the team in power index in terms of strength training...has a 2.9 percent body fat, lowest on the team..did not catch a pass in the first game, then had at least one in the last 10 games...had one catch in 15 straight games entering last year, so he has a catch in 25 of the last 26 Clemson games and in 30 of his 35 games as a Tiger...started each of the last eight games of the 1998 season and has started 19 of the last 23 Clemson games...has seen his reception, reception yards and touchdowns totals increase each year he has been at Clemson...should reach 100 catches for his career by midseason or earlier...

In 1998: Made at least one catch in 10 of the 11 games in 1998...had consecutive 100-yard receiving games against Duke and NC State.....had five touchdown receptions and now has 10 in his career, tied for 10th in Clemson history with Bennie Cunningham...started eight of the 11 games last year after starting 11 of the 12 in 1997...had 9-128 against NC State for his career high in both areas and those were highs among Clemson players in catches and yards in 1998...has two 100-yard receiving games in his career and they came on consecutive Saturdays...had 7-101 at Duke...had a 43-yard catch in that game...had five receptions of at least 40 yards in 1998, including 58-yarder against Wake Forest...had just one catch at Virginia, but it was for 54 yards and a score to give Clemson a fourth-quarter lead......had 20 catches for 271 yards and two scores over his last four games...had 5-63 in Clemson's win over Maryland, he had a touchdown reception in that game...had 48-yard scoring reception against Georgia Tech in Thursday night ESPN game....

In 1997: Ranked second on the team in reception yardage and first in yards per catch...had four touchdowns to rank second on the team...had 15-yard scoring pass in the South Carolina game that broke the contest open...had at least one catch in every game in 1997 season.. had a high of six catches at Georgia Tech...had touchdown reception against Florida State....had 3-95 in the win over Duke, he had a 49-yard reception in that game...had four scoring passes that year, three came at home...

In 1996: Clemson's second team flanker...played in all 12 games and made his only career start against Maryland...had 15 catches on the year for 141 yards and one touchdown...made a catch in his first career game as a Tiger with a 12 yard reception against North Carolina...two weeks later against Missouri he would make a season high three catches for 41 yards...the 41 yards were his season high for reception yardage in '96...he also had three receptions in games with Florida State and South Carolina...his longest reception of the year came against South Carolina on a 22 yard pass play in the wanning stages of the game...he also scored his first career touchdown in the game on a 12 yard pass...made two catches for 21 yards in the win over Duke...also had a special team tackle in that contest...

In High School: SuperPrep All-American who was ranked as the 15th best wide receiver in the nation...caught 46 passes for 923 yards and eight scores in '95 for Spartanburg's State Championship team...a preseason All-American according to the Plyler Report...ranked as the 41st best player in the Mid-Atlantic region by Tom Lemming...#9 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...#13 running back in the southeast by National Recruiting Advisor...#5 wide receiver in the ACC region by BlueChips...#7 wide receiver in the South by the Plyler Report...named all-state by the Columbia State, the Greenville News, the Associated Press, and the High School sport...honorable mention All-America by USA Today...recipient of the best receiver award for Spartanburg High...had 60 tackles, three interceptions and 10 PBUs on defense his senior season...state champion in the 400 meters in the Spring of '96 with a time of 47.9, he was third in the 200 meters with a 21.9 time...named to the 1996 American Track & Field Magazine All-American team...named to the 1996 National Scholastic Sports Foundation All-America team...ranked the number one 400m runner in the southeast in 1996...1996 silver medalist in the 400m dash at the Golden South Championships...high school teammate of Harold Means, Clemson starting linebacker...only player on the Spartanburg team to start both ways his senior year of high school, he was a wide receiver and a DB...played for South Carolina in the Shrine Bowl...majoring in marketing at Clemson...played for Doc Davis at Spartanburg High in Spartanburg, SC.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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