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Enrolled in January 2016 ... named to academic honor roll his first semester ... has earned experience at tackle as a first-year freshman.

2016: Had five knockdowns in 292 snaps over 11 games (one start) ... played 13 snaps in collegiate debut against Troy, with an 85 percent grade ... posted 88 percent grade in 32 snaps against SC State ... graded 100 percent on 15 snaps in win over Georgia Tech ... played four snaps at Boston College before suffering an ankle sprain ... played 34 snaps in win over Syracuse ... started first career contest against Pittsburgh and responded well with 83 percent grade and two knockdowns in 89 snaps ... played 45 snaps against South Carolina ... played 37 snaps, with a knockdown, in win over Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl.

Before Clemson: Rated the No. 39 offensive guard in the nation and No. 50 player in Georgia by ESPN ... No. 21 offensive guard in the nation and No. 42 player in Georgia by 247 ... No. 73 player in Georgia by Rivals ... played against Mitch Hyatt, Clemson’s starting left tackle in 2015, in high school ... first-team all-state according to the Atlanta Constitution ... all-district selection at the AAAAAA level as well ... PrepStar three-star selection who was All-Southeast Region selection ... recruited by Tony Elliott and Robbie Caldwell ... narrowed his college choices to Nebraska, Colorado and Clemson.

Personal: His father, also named Tremayne, played high school football in the state of Colorado and was all-state in football and basketball by the Denver Post ... his father played basketball for George Raveling at Southern California and led the Trojans in rebounding as a sophomore and three-point shooting percentage as a junior ... majoring in geology.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide


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