The Pitt offense returns eight starters from last season
Pitt guard and NFL nine time Pro Bowler Ruben Brown served as guest speaker
Panthers and Florida State to kick off 2013 campaign in just 18 days
The Panthers concluded 15 spring workouts on Friday night.
Coach Chryst has 15 practices scheduled beginning March 5.
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Pitt takes on Akron at home
Pitt goes on the road to take on FIU
Pittsburgh running backs Ray Graham and Rushel Shell each had a rushing touchdown.
2014: One of Pitt's most decorated offensive linemen in recent years...the Panthers' starting right tackle in all 13 games, Clemmings was named a second team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) and Phil Steele...selected first team All-ACC by both the media and head coaches...was a three-time ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honoree (Boston College, Virginia Tech and Duke games)...selected to play in the prestigious Senior Bowl...making his accomplishments even more impressive was the fact that Clemmings did not play offensive line until his redshirt junior year...voted Pitt's offensive captain for the 2014 season...finished career as a four-year letterman.
2013: In his first full season on the offensive line, started all 13 games at right tackle.
2012: Playing defensive end, appeared in eight games and started six...totaled 20 tackles and one TFL...had career-high eight stops at Buffalo...moved to the offensive line during bowl game prep but did not play in the BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Ole Miss.
2011: Did not play in any games and redshirted.
2010: Lettered as a true freshman, playing in eight games as a reserve defensive end...had three tackles and one TFL on the year...had season-high two stops at Notre Dame...had a three-yard TFL at Syracuse.
HIGH SCHOOL: Despite playing only two seasons of high school football at Paterson Catholic, Clemmings earned status as the top overall prospect in New Jersey...Scout rated him the No. 1 overall player in New Jersey and the nation's No. 6 defensive end prospect...rated the country's No. 38 player overall by Scout...PrepStar "Dream Team"...rated one of the country's top 50 overall prospects by PrepStar...SuperPrep All-American...ranked by Rivals as the state's No. 2 prospect and the country's No. 16 strongside defensive end...also established himself as a Division I prospect in basketball and had scholarship offers from Big East schools Providence and Seton Hall...collected 73 tackles, seven sacks and seven forced fumbles as a senior...All-New Jersey...All-New Jersey Non-Public...North Jersey Defensive Player of the Year...All-Passaic County...All-BPSL (Bergen-Passaic Scholastic League) Carpenter Division...led team to back-to-back Non-Public Group 1 state championships...his senior year the Cougars went a perfect 11-0 en route to the title...Clemmings spearheaded a defense that notched five shutouts and yielded just 41 points on the year (3.7 points per game)...played under Coach Benjie Wimberly.
PERSONAL: Trevor Anthony Clemmings, born 11/18/91, is the son of Trevor and Fay Clemmings...has three sisters...administration of justice major.
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