Hunter Renfrow, former Clemson University wide receiver, was raised in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He is the son of Timothy and Suzanne Renfrow and the brother to his five siblings, Ayres, Chelsea, Jordan, Cole, and Joy. He attended Socastee High School where he played quarterback for the football team which his father, Tim, coached. He received football scholarships to Presbyterian, Wofford, Gardner-Webb and Appalachian State but instead chose to pursue his dream of becoming a Clemson Tiger and accepted a preferred walk-on position in 2014.
Renfrow red shirted his first year but earned a full athletic scholarship during fall camp in August 2015. He went on to become the 2018 Offensive Team Captain, receive the Bobby Bowden Award as well as become the Burlsworth Trophy Winner, which is given to the best college player who began his football career as a walk-on. He scored four touchdowns in three National Championship appearances and is best known for catching the game winning touchdown pass from Deshaun Watson in the 2016 National Championship Game with one second left on the clock. He finished his Clemson career with 186 receptions for 2,133 yards and 15 touchdowns and played a total of 53 games from 2015-2018. He holds the Clemson record for 47 consecutive starts and 43 consecutive games with a reception. He left Clemson ranking 5th in career receptions and 11th in career receiving yards. Hunter is a two-time Third Team All-ACC player and a two-time National Champion.
Hunter married his high school sweetheart, Camilla, in April of 2019 and together they have 2 dogs, Deuce and Camper. In his free time, Hunter enjoys hunting, golfing, and spending time with friends and family.
-At Clemson Hunter was the back-up Punter and third team Quarterback.
-Hunter was 1 for 1 passing at Quarterback. That pass was to his roommate/close friend Will Swinney.
-His entire family takes a vacation every July to Ocean Isle Beach which includes over 10 beach houses and 150 family members.
-"The Patriot" is his favorite movie.
-Hunter's golden retriever was his way of celebrating his first National Championship win. He picked the puppy up the day the team got back from Tampa and named him "Deuce" in honor of Clemson's 2nd National Championship!
-Matthew 6:26 is his favorite bible verse.
-French fries are his favorite food.
-Hunter was also recruited and offered scholarships for baseball. He was ranked as the #6 Outfielder in South Carolina.
-He used to be deathly afraid of fireworks, and his parents would have to wait until after kick off to bring him into games.
-Hunter did not start playing organized football until he was in Middle School.