Trevor Lawrence named PFF ACC Player of Year


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Trevor Lawrence named PFF ACC Player of Year

Clemson freshman QB Trevor Lawrence was named ACC Player of the Year by Pro Football Focus on Friday.

PFF has Lawrence as No. 1 among ACC QBs in 'big-time throws' percentage (5.83).

Going into the ACC title game, the Cartersville, Georgia product had only thrown three balls in danger of a turnover and held a 126.7 passer rating on attempts of 10-plus yards.

Lawrence led the conference in passer rating overall (154.02) with 24 touchdowns to four interceptions, averaging 8 yards per pass with a 65 completion percentage.

Lawrence was one of four first-team all-conference offense selections by PFF, joined by Travis Etienne, Tee Higgins and Mitch Hyatt. Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence made first-team on the defensive side.

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