Stout defensive tackle who enters the 2023 bowl season credited with 33 tackles (4.0 for loss), a pass breakup, two fumble recoveries and a blocked field goal in 505 defensive snaps over 38 career games.
2023: Enters bowl season credited with 11 tackles (0.5 for loss) and a fumble recover in 216 snaps over 12 games … made season debut at Duke … added two tackles (0.5 for loss) vs. Florida Atlantic … contributed one tackle vs. No. 4 Florida State … recorded his second career fumble recovery at Syracuse … recorded one tackle vs. Wake Forest … made one tackle at NC State … added a tackle vs. No. 12 Notre Dame … credited with three tackles vs. Georgia Tech … made one tackle vs. No. 20 North Carolina … added one tackle at South Carolina.
2022: Credited with 14 tackles (3.5 for loss), a pass breakup, a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal while playing 213 defensive snaps over 14 games … made one tackle at Georgia Tech … added two stops vs. Furman … broke up a pass and blocked a field goal vs. Louisiana Tech, Clemson’s first blocked field goal since the 2020 season opener … added a tackle for loss at No. 21 Wake Forest … contributed three tackles and his first career fumble recovery at Boston College … posted a tackle for loss at Florida State … added another tackle for loss vs. No. 14 Syracuse … made one tackle at Notre Dame … contributed a tackle vs. Miami (Fla.) … made one tackle vs. No. 24 North Carolina … posted two tackles (0.5 for loss) in the Orange Bowl vs. No. 6 Tennessee.
2021: Credited with eight tackles in 76 defensive snaps over 12 games … made Clemson debut vs. No. 5 Georgia … added a tackle vs. SC State … credited with three tackles at No. 23 Pitt … made one tackle vs. UConn … made three tackles in only six snaps vs. Iowa State.
Before Clemson: National top 40 player according to ESPN.com … four-star recruit by all services … ranked No. 30 in the nation by ESPN.com, the third-highest-ranked Clemson player in the class … Rivals.com ranked him the No. 50 player in the nation … ESPN.com listed him as the fourth-best defensive tackle in the nation and third-best player in North Carolina … Rivals.com listed him as the fourth-best defensive tackle and second-best player in North Carolina … PrepStar five-star recruit and Top 150 Dream Team selection who ranked as the nation’s No. 35 recruit, including the No. 4 defensive tackle prospect and No. 2 player in North Carolina … invited to play in the Under Armour All-America Game … did not have a 2020 high school season due to the COVID-19 pandemic … three-year starter … had 191 career tackles, including 55 tackles for loss … had at least one tackle for loss in every game his sophomore and junior seasons, a streak of 27 straight games … had 71 tackles, including 26 tackles for loss, in 2019 … had 80 tackles as a sophomore in 2018, including 26 tackles for loss and 10 sacks in the 14 games … model of consistency who had a sack in 10 different games that year … as a freshman in 2017, posted 40 tackles, including three tackles for loss, in 11 games … Dudley posted a 30-10 record over his three years on the team … committed to Clemson on July 28, 2020 … recruited by Robbie Caldwell and Todd Bates … played for Steven Davis at Dudley High School … graduate of the same high school as College Football Hall of Famer and current Clemson Assistant Athletic Director for Player Relations Jeff Davis … selected Clemson over Tennessee and North Carolina.
Personal: Enrolled at Clemson in January 2021 … born Sept. 27, 2002 … parks, recreation and tourism management major.
Note: Tackle stats in the bio above reflect statistics from coaches film review. Tackle stats in the table below reflect those as awarded by gameday stat crews.
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