Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne combined for almost 10 miles of offense at Clemson

Garry Smits
Florida Times-Union
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The numbers that Jaguars first-round draft picks Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne churned out at Clemson is staggering.

In the four years that Etienne played running back for the Tigers and the three years that Lawrence played quarterback, they combined for 17,548 yards of offense (9.97 miles) and 186 touchdowns.

Lawrence threw for 10,098 yards and 90 touchdowns and ran for 943 yards and 18 scores; while Etienne ran for an ACC career-best 4,952 yards and 70 touchdowns, and caught 102 passes for 12,155 yards and eight TDs.

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Lawrence averaged 8.9 yards per pass attempt and 4.1 yards per running attempt. Etienne had a 7.2-yard per-carry average and 11.3 per pass reception.

That means the two players, combined, averaged 7.8 yards every time they threw, ran or caught a pass.

The most important stat the two produced were victories. Clemson was 51-5 with Etienne on the team and 39-3 with Lawrence suited up.

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