Dixon showed off his big-play potential in 2018

Dixon showed off his big-play potential in 2018

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Dixon showed off his big-play potential in 2018

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The future looks very bright at running back for the 2018 National Champions.

The Tigers not only return the ACC Player of the Year in running back Travis Etienne, but they also bring back Tavien Feaster and Lyn-J Dixon.

Dixon burst on the scene this past season with 547 yards and five touchdowns despite being the fourth-team running back. The freshman averaged a team-best 8.8 yards per carry and had touchdown runs of 65, 61, 55, 52 and 38 yards.

He twice topped the 100-yard mark in a game. The Butler, Ga., native rushed for 163 yards and scored two touchdowns at Wake Forest. He then ran for 116 yards and scored a touchdown in the Tigers win over Louisville a few weeks later.

Watch Dixon’s highlights from the 2018 season, courtesy of the ACC Digital Network.

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