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#77  Mitchell Mayes

Raleigh, N.C.
High School:
Leesville Road HS

Raleigh native from the 919 area code who played 919 career offensive snaps over 32 games at Clemson from 2020-23 with nine starts.

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Raleigh native from the 919 area code who played 919 career offensive snaps over 32 games at Clemson from 2020-23 with nine starts.

2023: Played 350 offensive snaps over nine games (five starts) … played 31 snaps in season debut at Duke, helping the Tigers exceed both 200 passing yards and 200 rushing yards … played 29 snaps as Clemson amassed 679 yards of offense and 37 first downs vs. Charleston Southern … started at right guard and played 43 snaps in Clemson’s sack-free win vs. Florida Atlantic … played 82 snaps in a 429-yard effort vs. No. 4 Florida State … played 53 snaps in a win at Syracuse … played eight snaps vs. Wake Forest … played 52 snaps in Cade Klubnik’s 314-yard passing performance at Miami (Fla.) … played 32 snaps as Clemson reached 200 passing yards and 200 rushing yards vs. Georgia Tech … played 20 snaps as Clemson produced 466 yards and no sacks vs. No. 20 North Carolina.

2022: Played career-high 405 offensive snaps over 11 games (four starts) … started four of the team’s final five games, the first at right guard and the final three at left guard … Played 10 snaps at Georgia Tech … played eight snaps vs. Furman … played 18 snaps vs. Louisiana Tech … played one snap vs. No. 10 NC State … played 13 snaps at Florida State … played six snaps vs. No. 14 Syracuse … made first career start vs. Louisville, playing 66 snaps at right guard and helping power Clemson to 248 rushing yards … played 68 snaps in helping Clemson exceed 200 yards both on the ground and through the air vs. Miami (Fla.) … played 68 snaps in Clemson’s 237-yard rushing performance vs. South Carolina … played 42 snaps for a unit that held No. 24 North Carolina without a sack during Cade Klubnik’s MVP performance in the ACC Championship Game … credited with 105 snaps in the Orange Bowl vs. No. 6 Tennessee.

2021: Played 103 snaps over five games … played 33 snaps vs. SC State as Clemson exceeded both 200 rushing yards and 200 passing yards … played two snaps vs. Boston College … played 10 snaps in a Friday night win at Syracuse … played 53 of Clemson’s 100 plays in helping the Tigers exceed 300 passing yards vs. UConn … played five snaps vs. No. 13 Wake Forest.

2020: Played 61 snaps over seven games … played 15 snaps in collegiate debut at Wake Forest … played 24 snaps in Clemson’s shutout win vs. The Citadel … played three snaps vs. Virginia … played nine snaps vs. No. 7 Miami … played eight snaps vs. Pitt … played one snap at Virginia Tech and in ACC Championship Game vs. No. 2 Notre Dame … ACC Honor Roll selection.

Before Clemson: Played for Ben Kolstad at Leesville Road High in Raleigh, N.C. and at Sanderson High … four-year starter as a lineman … played defensive tackle as a freshman and offensive tackle his final three seasons … all-conference selection as a sophomore, junior and senior … two-time captain of his Leesville Road team … helped Leesville Road to the state championship game in 2019 … at the time of his signing, ranked as the No. 14 overall player in the nation by, which also called him the No. 2 offensive tackle in the nation and No. 2 player from the state of North Carolina … ranked as the 64th-best player overall by PrepStar, which ranked him as the fourth-best offensive tackle in the nation and second-best player in North Carolina … ranked as the fourth-best player in North Carolina by the Charlotte Observer … ranked No. 136 by overall, which ranked him as the third-best offensive tackle in the nation and fifth-best player from North Carolina … selected to Under Armour All-America Game … Shrine Bowl selection … committed to Clemson on March 11, 2019 … recruited to Clemson by Robbie Caldwell.

Personal: Born Sept. 30, 2002 … enrolled at Clemson in January 2020 … health science major … completed microinternships with Adobe and Cisco in spring 2022.

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