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One of the top receivers during the Tommy Bowden era at Clemson, Currie became the first Tiger receiver to earn first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors since Terry Smith in 1991.
Currie finished his career tied for seventh with Brian Wofford on the all-time list for receptions (138) and sixth in receiving yards (2,030) and also had 10 touchdowns and a 14.7 yards per catch average over his career.
A late addition to the Senior Bowl squad, Currie was also a standout track performer during his time at Clemson, as he ran sprints for three years under Bob Pollock. Currie won the NCAA East Regional title in the 100m (10.29) in 2003 and is a three-time All-ACC track performer.
Currie earned All-American honors in the spring of 2002 as a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that finished second in the nation at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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