Liam Boyd is an enthusiastic and selfless young man. Although using his powers will lead to his own demise, he refuses to back away when others’ safety is threatened.
Coach Dabo Swinney of Clemson noted that Dudley and Boyd were competing to be their starting placekicker this fall; however, as Dudley entered the transfer portal he is no longer eligible to be on scholarship as an option for kicker duties.
Early Life and Education
Liam Boyd hails from suburban Pittsburgh with two parents who worry about his mental health but fully support him in his chosen career of raising awareness about its importance for teens as well as lobbying schools to provide adequate supports to allow their pupils to process emotions effectively.
After soccer was closed due to pandemic influenza, he turned his focus toward football kicking for his high school team and eventually made 8-for-10 field goals during his senior season. Subsequently enrolled at IMG Academy for post-grad year experience before enrolling at Clemson as a walk-on kicker in 2022.
Clemson’s spring game saw him competing against Robert Gunn III for starting spot, yet now has entered the transfer portal in search of other opportunities.
Boyd Holbrook is renowned for his range of memorable roles and critically acclaimed films, most notably including Academy Award(r) nominee Milk and FX hit series Justified where he portrayed Clement Mansell, Raylan Givens’ most dangerous adversary ever: an unscrupulous nihilist with access to other powers whose use brings closer his inevitable doom.
After kicking for Asheville High School, Boyd decided to give football another try in college. In 2022 he signed as a walk-on for Clemson but decided against redshirting his only season there due to his drive that makes Brenner believe he can go far in his profession.
Achievement and Honors
Liam is passionate about improving healthcare services and regularly attends medical conferences and workshops to learn from medical experts and share his research findings for publication, helping expand medical knowledge.
He is an extremely focused, selfless individual who refuses to remain idly when others are threatened by danger. Although using his powers may result in his eventual demise, he does not hesitate to take action when others need his protection.
Brenner admires Boyd for his dedication to his craft, something few other kickers exhibit. Brenner credits much of Boyd’s success to Dan Orner, the kicker coach at Charlotte High School who also trains many elite players. Both share an ideal that specialists should immerse themselves in their sport fully.
Liam and his family have experienced their community responding with immense strength, compassion, and resilience; but cancer also exacts a substantial financial toll – their credit cards, savings accounts, and paid time off from work have been used up or depleted over time.
Liam continues to work hard in school and play basketball, track, football and any other sport that comes his way. His strong sense of humor brings happiness and laughter to everyone around him.
He is an admirable young man, always seeking ways to better himself and serve others. He regularly attends medical conferences and workshops, as well as conducting research studies that advance medical knowledge – an impressive feat which highlights his commitment and work ethic towards serving his community.
Liam’s incredible spirit and contagious sense of humor attest to his extraordinary strength. A supportive community has provided unfaltering hope.
Boyd has earned many accolades for his acting, such as the Empire Award and National Board of Review Awards. Furthermore, he’s an accomplished musician himself; playing Scottish folk music with his band Beecake.
Clemson now have three true kickers; Aidan Swanson, Quinn Castner and Hogan Morton can also kick field goals. Furthermore, 2024 Hough High School kicker Nolan Hauser will join on scholarship next fall.