Join us in congratulating Coach Raymond Priester for being inducted into the Clemson University Athletic Hall of Fame!
Coach Priester is beginning his sixth season as the North Cobb Christian School football running backs coach.
He played football for Clemson from 1994-97, earning these impressive stats:
>> Clemson’s career rushing leader between 1996 and 2020, holding the record for 24 years until it was broken by Travis Etienne.
>> Finished with 3,966 yards on Clemson-record 805 carries. The 3,966 yards are still second in Clemson history and 11th in ACC history.
>> Rushed for 112 yards per game in 1996, still the single-season record. His 110 yards per game in 1995 is still third best in school history.
>> Still holds the Clemson single-game rushing record with 263 yards against Duke in 1995.
>> Had 15 100-yard rushing games — third in Clemson history.
>> Three-time All-ACC Second Team as a sophomore and junior and First Team as a senior.
>> 18th in the nation in rushing as a sophomore and 21st as a junior.
>> Second in the ACC rushing in 1995 and 1996 and third in 1997.
>> Second in the ACC in yards per rush in 1995, third in 1996, and seventh in 1997.
>> Fifth-round draft choice of the St. Louis Rams.
Congratulations, Coach Priester! We are so very lucky to have you at NCCS pouring into our student-athletes!
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