Hunter Renfrow can add another accomplishment to his already storied Clemson career.
The Tigers receiver was named the winner of the Burlsworth Trophy on Monday afternoon during a ceremony in Arkansas.
The award goes to the nation’s most outstanding college football player who is a former walk on.
Former Washington State quarterback Luke Falk won the award in 2017, while Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield won the award each of the previous two years.
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Renfrow starred as a quarterback at Socastee High and his incredible Clemson career is winding down, but he has made plenty of history during his time with the Tigers.
The senior caught a pair of touchdowns against Alabama in the 2015 and 2016 national title games, and earlier this year, Renfrow set the Clemson record for most consecutive starts by a wide receiver and most consecutive games with a catch.
Renfrow has 41 catches for 472 yards and a touchdown thus far in 2018.