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RECEIVER - Sammy Watkins, Clemson, WR, Fr., 6-1, 200, Fort Myers, Fla. Watkins had seven receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns in Clemson's 35-28 win over 11th ranked Florida State. He scored on a 62-yard reception and a 24-yard reception, giving him six touchdown receptions in just four games this year. The six TD receptions are a Clemson freshman record and he is the first freshman in Clemson history to score at least one touchdown in four straight games. Watkins now has had at least 140 receiving yards in consecutive games and he joined Rod Gardner as the only Clemson receivers in school history to accomplish that. Watkins was named the National Freshman of the Week by Rivals.com for the second consecutive week. Watkins also had 13 yards rushing and 21 kickoff return yards, giving him 175 all-purpose yards for the game.
OFFENSIVE LINEMAN - Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech, OG, Jr., 6-3, 300, Lithonia, Ga. Uzzi and the Yellow Jacket offensive line helped Georgia Tech accumulate 312 rushing yards against a North Carolina defense that entered the game allowing just 77 yards rushing per offense. Tech did not allow a sack on Saturday en route to producing 496 yards of total offense. Uzzi had nearly 20 knockdowns on Saturday.
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LINEBACKER - Jeremiah Attaochu, Georgia Tech, LB, So., 6-3, 235, Washington, D.C. Attaochu recorded a career-high nine tackles and three sacks in the win over North Carolina. Attaochu also forced a fumble as well as tipping a pass that was eventually intercepted by teammate Isaiah Johnson. Attaochu ended North Carolina's last gasp when he sacked UNC quarterback Bryn Renner on the final play of the game.
DEFENSIVE BACK - Isaiah Johnson, Georgia Tech, S, So., 6-2, 205, Tyrone, Ga. Johnson ranked second on the team with seven tackles (four solos) and recorded his second interception of the season on Saturday in Tech's 35-28 conference opener against North Carolina.
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SPECIALIST - T.J. Graham, N.C. State, WR, Sr., 6-0, 180, Raleigh, N.C. Graham returned seven kickoffs for 160 yards against Cincinnati in addition to seven catches for 176 yards and two touchdown receptions of 87 and 49 yards. Graham leads the nation in all-purpose yardage with 920, an average of 230 per game. For his career, he has 4,212 all-purpose yards, which ranks ninth in school history. The 336 yards of all-purpose yardage against Cincinnati was the fifth best total in ACC history.