2015: First Team All-Big South defensive back…recorded a league-high-tying four interceptions, tying the PC Division I single-season record set by Justin Bethel in 2011…recorded 83 tackles, ranking sixth in the Big South, with 5.0 tackles for loss and seven pass breakups…only player to rank in the top 10 in the Big South in both interceptions and tackles…tallied a career-high 16 tackles against FBS foe Charlotte…twice named Big South Defensive Player of the Week, one of three defensive players in the league to earn the honor twice…first honor came for his performance against Chattanooga, recording 13 tackles, including a tackle for loss, and an interception and fumble recovery…the second came following the season finale against Kennesaw State, as he recorded 10 tackles, including a tackle for loss, with an interception and a forced fumble…concluded his career tied with Bethel for the PC interception record with seven…also ranked atop the PC career list for passes defended with 24…recorded double-digit tackles three times in 2015 with at least five tackles in nine of 11 games
2014: Big South First Team All-Conference … Became the first player in Big South history with return touchdowns of an interception, fumble and a blocked field goal … Big South Special Teams Player of the Week on November 17 … Played and started in all 11 games… Tied for seventh most interceptions in the Big South (3)… Against Gardner-Webb, returned a blocked field goal for a 80-yard touchdown to help PC to the win … Returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown against Western Carolina and took a fumble back 15 yards for a touchdown against Bluefield, both wins … Tied for eleventh in tackles per game in the Big South (6.5)… Had a team season-high of 13 tackles against Ole Miss… Also had eight tackles against Coastal Carolina and Northern Illinois… Intercepted passes against Western Carolina, Coastal Carolina, and Ole Miss and recorded a total of 47 yards after the interceptions… Broke up a pass against Coastal Carolina and Monmouth.
2013: A starter in 10 of the 11 games he played in ... Posted double-digit tackles in two games with 10 against Furman and 11 against Liberty (career-high), led the team in both contests ... Top five on the team in tackles in eight of 11 games ... Posted seven tackles against, Point, Charleston Southern and Coastal Carolina … 2nd on the team in total tackles (69) and assisted tackles (23), as well as tackles for loss (6.0), posting 2.0 against the Flames … Was tied for first in solo tackles with 23 … Tied for the team leading pass breakups (6) … Tied for 9th in the league in tackles per game with 6.3 … Had one blocked kick on the season, this one coming against Point ... Recovered his first career fumble against VMI and blocked a career-high tying one kick against Point ...
2012: Played in nine games, starting in one of them, against Coastal Carolina ... Posted two tackles (one unassisted, on assisted) ... His assisted tackle was for a loss of five yards ... Saw time at Georgia Tech but did not record any stats ... Three total tackles at Vanderbilt (two solo, one assisted) ... One solo, one assisted tackle against Furman ... Also recorded his first career pass breakup ... Recorded three tackles (two solo, on assisted), including one for a loss of a yard ... Recorded two assisted tackles at VMI ... Recorded five solo tackles against Liberty ... Posted a pass breakup as well ... Recorded six tackles (5-1) against Coastal Carolina ... 10th on the team in tackles with 33 (21-12), and led in tackles for a loss with 5.5 ... 29th in league games in tackles (4.6) ... Recorded a career-high nine tackles (5-4) at Gardner Webb to end the season ... He blocked a kick in that game as well, his career first ...Recorded pass breakups against Liberty and Furman, and a tackle for a loss at Davidson ...
High School: He played defensive back and led his team to a 4A State Championship at W.H. Page High School in Greensboro, N.C. ... He also helped the squad to three straight conference championships ... In high school, Ed was named 1st and 2nd team All-Area, All Conference, and selected to be his team captain ... Outside of the classroom, Britt participated in the Youth for Christ Urban Ministry Food Drive.
Personal: Clem Edward Britt was born on May 15, 1994 in Greensboro, N.C ... He is the son of Jesse and Diane Britt ... His father, Jessie, played football at North Carolina A&T State from 1981-85 and played for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1986-87 ... Majoring in Sociology.