Here are some notes on C.J. Spiller courtesy of NFLDraftScout.com.
A dynamic athlete with blazing speed. Has drawn praise, often being compared to New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush for his big play ability.
He returned eight kicks (seven kickoffs and one punt) for touchdowns, tying an NCAA all-time record.
Was one of just two players in Clemson to account for a score in five different ways (touchdown pass, rush, reception, punt and kickoff returns) His scoring ability in 2009 was second to none, as he was the only NCAA Division I player to register a touchdown in every single game.
He is the ACC’s active scoring leader (with 308 points). The milestone made him the 16th player in conference history to do so. In his career, he had 21 touchdowns of 50 yards or more.
Along with Reggie Bush (USC), Spiller amassed 3,000 rushing yards, 1,500 kick return yards, 1,000 receiving yards and 500 punt return yards. The two are the only in college football history to do so.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, C.J. Spiller
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