Mitch Hyatt Named All American

Clemson starting offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt has continued to rack up the post season awards, his latest is inclusion on the ESPN All American Team for 2017.  

 

 

A mainstay on Clemson’s line since his arrival, Hyatt helped the Tigers achieve remarkable offensive balance this season while utilizing a multi-pronged run game. He protected quarterback Kelly Bryant’s blind side and recorded 28 knockdowns in 722 snaps during the regular season. The first-team All-ACC selection and winner of the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy has started 41 of 42 games during his three seasons at Clemson.

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