Data Scout Notes: 2014: DPOYM/1stM...PWCamp/PLombardi/PBednarik/PNagurski/PHendricks/PLott/DS#1PSTeamProspect-Dstephens/P1stM...2013: WCamp1st/1stC/HendricksFinalist/1stM...PBednarik/DS#3PSTeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Vic Beasley News
12/04/14 - 2014 ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (MEDIA): The 6-foot-3, 235-pound native of Adairsville, Georgia, holds the Clemson school record and leads all active FBS players with 32 career sacks. A finalist for the Bednarik Award and Lombardi Trophy, Beasley’s 52 career tackles for loss have accounted for 292 negative yards, also the most of any active FBS player. “He came back for his senior year to graduate, and to have a great season and improve as an all-around player,” Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said of Beasley. “He has done that - he is a complete player. He is a big reason we currently rank number-one in the nation in total defense and many other areas. He is the best defensive player in the ACC, and I really feel he is the best defensive player in the nation.” - ACC football
12/04/14 - 2014 ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (MEDIA): Clemson redshirt senior defensive end Vic Beasley, who finished third in the overall Player of the Year balloting with eight votes, was selected by ACSMA as the 2014 ACC Defensive Player of the Year. Beasley is the ACC Defensive Player of the Year following a 2014 regular season in which he continued to establish himself as one of the league’s all-time top pass rushers and front line enforcers. Beasley received 24 votes for ACC Defensive Player of the Year, four ahead of Louisville’s Holliman. Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman received seven votes, while Duke linebacker David Helton and Georgia Tech’s Nealy each received two. Despite special attention from most opposing offenses, Beasley leads the ACC in quarterback sacks with 11 as Clemson (9-3) prepares for its bowl game, and his 18.5 total tackles for loss also lead the conference. Seventeen of Beasley’s tackles for loss have been solo stops. - ACC football
08/11/14 - 2014 PRESEASON TED HENDRICKS AWARD WATCH LIST: VIC BEASLEY, CLEMSON...Beasley was a consensus All-American last year when had 23 tackles for loss, including 13 sacks and four caused fumbles. He ranked in the top five in the nation in tackles for loss and sacks. He led the ACC in sacks, the third Clemson player in the last four years to lead that category. - Clemson football
08/08/14 - 2014 PRESEASON ALL-ACC TEAM (MEDIA): DE Vic Beasley, Clemson (96) 6-2 235 Senior-R Adairsville, Ga.,...Beasley was the leading votegetter on the defensive team with 96 votes. Only returning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, Florida State's quarterback, had more votes overall with 97. Beasley was a consensus All-American last year when had 23 tackles for loss, including 13 sacks and four caused fumbles. He ranked in the top five in the nation in tackles for loss and sacks. He led the ACC in sacks, the third Clemson player in the last four years to lead that category.
Beasley has been named a preseason first-team All-American by virtually every publication this summer and is on the Watch List for the Lombardi Award, the Bednarik Award and the Nagurski Award. He was a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award last year. That honor goes to the top defensive end in the nation. - Clemson football
08/07/14 - 2014 PRESEASON ACC PLAYER OF THE YEAR (MEDIA): 2. Vic Beasley, DE, Clemson - 6 Votes...Jameis Winston led the preseason ACC Player of the Year balloting with 99 votes, followed by Clemson defensive end Vic Beasley with six. Duke wide receiver Jamison Crowder, Miami running back Duke Johnson and Virginia Tech quarterback Brenden Motley received one vote apiece. - ACC football