Clemson football RB Travis Etienne announced that he’d be returning to school for his senior season, to the surprise of many nationally.
The Clemson football program received a final year commitment from a 10-star recruit when RB Travis Etienne announced that he’d be returning for his senior season.
Etienne, who has won the ACC Player of the Year Award the past two seasons, finished his junior year as the program’s all-time leader in rushing yards and also broke the ACC’s record for career touchdowns and rushing touchdowns.
Though many national analysts believe Etienne should’ve forgone his final year with the Clemson football program in favor of the NFL Draft, here are five reasons he made the right decision.
5. One more chance
We’re going to start with talking about his aspirations at the collegiate level.
People downgrade these things because they want to believe that an athlete only cares about himself, but Travis Etienne has proven to be a team player over the course of his career and he definitely has goals for the Clemson football team heading into his senior season.
Etienne will now have one more chance to win another ACC Championship. To compete for a National Championship.
He’ll also have the opportunity to compete for another ACC Player of the Year award, All-American status and a Heisman Trophy.