Clemson center Dalton Freeman will enter the NFL as a coach's son, four-year collegiate starter and one of the most decorated centers of the last two years—both on and off the field.
After surviving his father's coaching in high school, Freeman went on to make a school-record 49 starts at Clemson. He secured back-to-back All-ACC honors as a junior and senior while also graduating from school early with honors.
Clearly, Freeman is a uniquely qualified candidate for the next level of football.
Here are the five things you need to know about the former Clemson center.