Clemson’s Memorial Stadium is better known as “Death Valley.” Yet, in Artavis Scott’s debut, the former East Lake star pumped life in to the Clemson faithful during a Tigers 73-7 victory over in state rival South Carolina State.
The true freshman wide receiver hauled in six catches for a record breaking 164 yards. Scott’s afternoon ranks as the best performance by a freshman in Clemson’s long history of great wide receivers.
In the second quarter Scott picked up the first of his two touchdowns. Cole Stoudt connected with Scott on a 37-yard post route for the score. His second touchdown came in the fourth quarter of the blow out. Scott ran in to the end
zone on a 8 yard pass from Deshaun Watson.