Headed into its game this week against Georgia Tech, Clemson leads the ACC in five team statistical categories, while Andre Ellington continues to pace the conference in rushing.
The Tigers, 4-1 and ranked 15th nationally, have the ACC's top marks in interceptions (7), third-down conversions (51.2 percent), fourth-down conversions (83.3 percent), first downs (25.4 per game) and turnover margin (+1.00).
Clemson also ranks second in red-zone offense (22-of-23, 95.7 percent) and red-zone conversion defense (12-of-17, 70.6 percent), and second in total offense (511.8).
Ellington (103.0) widened his rushing lead over FSU's Chris Thompson (86.2) and Miami's Duke Johnson (71.8).
Ellington needs 130 more yards to hit the 3,000-yard mark in his career.
He currently ranks third in the league in all-purpose running yardage with 146.8 yards per game, trailing first-year freshmen Johnson of Miami (184.0) and Stefon Diggs of Maryland (160.5).
DeAndre Hopkins leads the ACC in receptions per game with 8.4, and is second in reception yardage with a 121.8 average.
Tajh Boyd (303.4) ranks third in the conference in total offense behind Miami's Stephen Morris (333.2) and BC's Chase Rettig (314.8), and is second to FSU's EJ Manuel in passing efficiency.
Rashard Hall is tied for the ACC lead in interceptions with three.
Chandler Catanzaro and BC's Nate Freese are tied for the field goal lead (both 8-for-8).
Hopkins ranks eighth in both receptions and reception yardage on the NCAA list, while Hall ranks 15th nationally in interceptions. Ellington ranks 26th in rushing, and Boyd is 19th in passing efficiency and 25th in total offense.
As a team, Clemson ranks 16th in total offense and 87th in total defense. The Tigers are 100th in sacks and 63rd in tackles for loss.