High-scoring Tigers sharing the wealth in TD production

A record 13 Clemson players have caught touchdown passes this season

Clemson's Daniel Rodriguez places his gear in the bus understorage after practice at Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

Clemson's Daniel Rodriguez places his gear in the bus understorage after practice at Barry University in Miami Shores, Florida.

Thirteen players have shared in Clemson's 34 passing touchdowns this season - the most Tigers ever to catch passes for scores in a season.

Daniel Rodriguez became the 13th Tiger with a touchdown reception when he scored against The Citadel in the Clemson's next to last game.

The previous school record for touchdown-catching receivers was 10 in 2007.

Sammy Watkins leads Clemson with 10 touchdown catches, followed by Martavis Bryant with five, Mike Williams and Stanton Seckinger with three each, Adam Humphries, Rod McDowell, Germone Hopper and Jordan Leggett with two each, and Charone Peake, D.J. Howard, Zac Brooks, Sam Cooper and Rodriguez with one apiece.

Overall, 20 different Tigers have scored touchdowns this season, which is another school record.

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