March 3, 2005
Clemson guard Cliff Hammonds was named to Dick Vitale’s Most Improved Freshman Team during ESPN’s broadcast of the Memphis vs. Louisville game on Saturday night, Feb. 27. The team was a list of the top developing freshmen over the course of the 2004-05 season. In addition to Hammonds, Vitale listed Darius Washington, Jr. of Memphis, Daniel Gibson of Texas, Randolph Morris of Kentucky and Glen Davis of LSU.
Hammonds is third on the Clemson team in scoring this year with a 10.1 average and is second in assists with 82. He leads the team in playing time at 30.1 minutes per game. He is on track to become the first freshman in history to lead Clemson in playing time and just the eighth to average double digits over the course of the season.
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