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Career Bio for Raymond White

April 17, 1998

In 1997: Second-team All-ACC this season as he was a prime reason Clemson ranked sixth in the country in rushing defense and in the top 20 in total defense and scoring defense…three-year starter with 33 career starts under his belt, he has missed just one game in four years…fifth-year senior who made third trip to the Peach Bowl…had 18 tackles against North Carolina, most by a Clemson defensive lineman since Edgar Pickett had 19 against Wake Forest in 1983…ranked third on the team in total tackles with 79, he averaged 12 tackles per game over the last three contests of the regular season…his 18 tackles against North Carolina were memorable, he had tackles on six of the last eight plays of the game to keep the Tigers in range for a victory…also had nine stops at Maryland…had his only sacks at Wake Forest and against Virginia…had 16 quarterback pressures for the season, fifth on the team…had blocked extra point at Maryland…

RAYMOND WHITE Game by game 1997    Date    Opponent        Pl  FH  Ast Tot TL-Yds  Sacks   QP    9/6     App. St.        44  2   3   5                   2    9/13    at NC State     60  3   4   7                   1    9/20    Florida St.     40  2   3   5   1-1             2    9/27    at GA Tech      47  4   4   8                   1    10/4    UTEP            40  2   0   2                   3    10/11   Virginia        31  3   1   4   1-1     1-1     1    10/25   at Maryland     41  6   3   9   1-2             1    11/1    at W. Forest    24  2   0   2   1-4     1-4    11/8    Duke            57  2   6   8                   2    11/15   UNC             56  9   9   18      11/22   at USC          46  2   7   9                   1    1/2 vs Auburn           55  1   1   2                   2

WHITE CAREER STATS Year GP-GS PL Hits Ast Tot TFL Sacks QP CF-RF 1994 11-2 293 16 11 27 4-21 1.5-15 2 0-0 1995 11-9 408 26 22 48 4-18 1-13 11 0-1 1996 12-12 602 47 47 94 6-24 2.5–16 10 0-1 1997 12-10 541 38 41 79 4-8 2-5 16 1-0 Totals 46-33 1844 127 121 248 18-71 7-49 39 1-2

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