2019 Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete Award
2018 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
Wide receiver who appeared in 46 games… recorded 27 catches for 258 yards and a touchdown… made 11 career starts.
Senior wide receiver… named a recipient of the Dr. Harris Pastides Outstanding Student-Athlete Award… played in 11 games, making seven starts… hauled in 10 passes for 98 yards… had a pair of receptions for 30 yards in a start at Missouri, including a 21-yard grab… also had two catches each against Kentucky and Appalachian State.
Junior wide receiver who saw action in 11 of 13 games with a pair of starts… hauled in seven passes for 73 yards and a touchdown… made his season debut in the Vanderbilt win after missing the first two games with an ankle injury… reeled in his first catch of the year, a 33-yard touchdown, vs. Texas A&M… three of his six catches came vs. Chattanooga… had starts against Ole Miss and Clemson… also played on special teams… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Sophomore wide receiver who played in all 13 games primarily on special teams… caught two passes for 18 yards… had a nine-yard catch against both Florida and Wofford… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
True freshman wide receiver… played in 11 games, with two starts… logged eight catches for 69 yards… made his collegiate debut against East Carolina… caught his first career pass at Kentucky, going for 13 yards as part of a touchdown drive… earned his first career start vs. Texas A&M and caught five passes for 17 yards… reeled in a 34-yard catch in the Missouri win, the longest play of the game for Carolina… also started at Clemson.
Played for Brian Lane at Byrnes High School in Duncan, S.C., graduating in 2016… as a senior, he was among the leading receivers in the state with 73 catches for 1,319 yards and 17 touchdowns… the Rebels posted a 12-2 record in his final season… was also the Sandlappers’ leading receiver in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas with six catches for 62 yards and two scores… considered the 16th-best player in the state by 247Sports… ESPN tabbed him as the state’s 17th-best player and the 143rd-best wide receiver in the nation… was a PrepStar All-Atlantic Region selection.
Chavis T. Dawkins was born November 15, 1997… pursuing a degree in retailing.