Jacory Harris has thrown six touchdown passes and is completing 64 percent of his throws. (Getty Images)
WR Leonard Hankerson -- Hankerson had a quiet game at Pittsburgh (three receptions for 36 yards) but ranks in the top five in the league in catches and receiving yardage (5.3 and 80.3 per game, respectively).
LB Sean Spence -- Spence may have had a sophomore slump in a season affected by injuries, but he is more than making up for it as a junior. So far this season he is fourth in the league in tackles for loss (2.17 per game) and leads Miami in tackles with 24.
Andre Branch has quietly emerged as a force as the Tigers' bandit end. (Roy Philpott)
QB Kyle Parker -- Parker's bruised ribs are feeling better, but until he's able to show that he can make accurate passes in a game, many Clemson fans remain concerned. Parker never left the game at Auburn after being injured and nearly led the Tigers to victory, which has afforded him more admiration from his teammates. He could gain even more respect Saturday.
OG Mason Cloy -- Although he hasn't started a game this season, Cloy may be the most-watched guy on the field Saturday. The redshirt junior will be replacing the injured David Smith at left guard, which could have serious ramifications for the Tigers' running game and pass protection. The good news is that Cloy does have 17 starts, albeit most of them at center, over his first two seasons, so he shouldn't be wide-eyed at first snap.