Clemson signee wins free Chick-fil-A for a year

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Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner.

Clemson fans voted early and often as kicker signee BT Potter was voted High School Blitz's Anderson Player of the Year and will receive a $1,000 scholarship and free Chick-fil-A for a year.

"Thank you to everyone who voted for me, Potter posted on Twitter last night.

Clemson Bio: Considered the #1 overall kicker in the nation according to Chris Sailer …listed as the No. 2 kicker in the nation by…selected to the 2018 U.S. Army All-American game…four-year starter as placekicker at South Pointe high School… made field goals with 12 in 17 attempts as a senior…made 77-81 extra points for the high school state championship team of Rock Hill, SC…his most incredible stat was 117 touchbacks in 126 kickoffs…also handled the punting and averaged 37.1 yards per punt…in 2016 he made 11-15 field goals, including career long of 49 yards…made 49-54 extra points for 82 total points…averaged 39 yards a punt on 45 punts…had 77 kickoffs…as a sophomore in 2015 made 4-7 field goals, including a 43-yarder… made 40-45 extra points and scored 51 points for the year….as a freshman made 4-6 field goals and 45-51 extra points…for career, scored 304 points on 31-45 field goals and 211 extra points…helped the South Pointe team to a 15-0 record in 2017 and the state title…South Pointe won the South Carolina state title all four years…teammate with fellow Clemson commit Derion Kendrick at South Pointe… kicked a 67-yard field goal in a showcase event…played his high school football for Strait Herron…committed to the Tigers on 06/07/2017….recruited by Jeff Scott and Danny Pearman.

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