Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
2009 (Freshman): 14 games, 26 tackles, 17 solo, six for loss and two sacks.
2010 (Sophomore): 13 games, 32 tackles, 17 solo, 3.5 for loss, one sack and three forced fumbles.
2011 (Junior): 14 games, 50 tackles, 25 solo, 4.5 for loss, 2.5 sacks and one forced fumble.
2012 (Senior): 13 games, 20 tackles, 11 solo, 9.5 for loss, seven sacks and four forced fumbles.
Goodman came to Clemson with a lot of fanfare. He finished his freshman campaign as Rookie of the Year for the Tigers defense. While Goodman didn't start a single game, he did play about one-third of the defensive snaps on the season. Interestingly enough, he sat behind Da'Quan Bowers and Andre Branch on Clemson's depth chart that season.
In 2010, Clemson was still pretty much a role player. He started just one game but continued to make an impact as a reserve player.
It wasn't until Goodman's senior season that he started to get a lot of attention from the national media. He started all 13 games with Branch graduating to the NFL. Overall, he finished tied for eighth in the nation with four forced fumbles and first in the ACC in that category.
All statistics provided by CFB Stats.