|Ht./Wt.:||6-5, 210 lbs|
|Years:||2007 - 2010|
Overview: Improved wide receiver who will be counted on to step up in 2010...named most improved wide receiver during spring practice by the Tiger coaches...with his height and a 39-inch vertical jump, he has the chance to have an impact, especially near the goal line...has longest broad jump on the team at 10'9", seven inches longer than any other Tiger...twin brother Byron will graduate from Clemson in August and will not return to play football in 2010...Byron will go into the communications field...named to ACC Academic Honor Roll the past three seasons...has been on honor roll every semester he has been at Clemson...joined with brother Byron from 2007-09 to be first twin brother combination on the Tiger football team since Peter and Andy Ford (1993-96).
2009: Improved wide receiver had three catches for 31 yards in 2009...had two catches for 25 yards against Coastal Carolina in career-high 31 plays...had one catch for six yards against Wake Forest...played 170 snaps in 14 games overall, including five snaps as a reserve against Kentucky in the Music City Bowl...played as wide receiver in nine of the 14 games, he played on special teams in all 14 contests.
2008: Played 17 snaps at wide receiver in three games; he played against The Citadel, N.C. State, and S.C. State...did not catch a pass.
Before Clemson: Rated as the #49 wideout in the nation by Rivals.com...#15 prospect in Alabama by Rivals.com...#9 prospect in Alabama by SuperPrep...made frequent appearances on the MTV reality show "Two-a-Days" at Hoover High School...part of a military family that moved around a great deal in high school; he started at Slidell, LA and later moved to Jamestown, VA as a junior, where he missed part of the season...all-region by PrepStar...named one of the top wideouts at the 2006 U.S. Army All-American Bowl...third in the state in the triple jump (45'4")...played side-by-side with twin brother Byron in high school; the brother combination helped Hoover High School to the state championship game; they comprise the first twin-brother combination at Clemson since Peter and Andy Ford (1993-96)...recruited by Dabo Swinney...chose Clemson over Illinois, N.C. State, Northwestern, Stanford, Syracuse, UCLA, and Vanderbilt...born May 30, 1989...majoring in marketing.
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide
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