WR Sammy Watkins - The final wide receiver on Clemson's board had four catches for 146 yards and rushed twice for 25 yards.
LB Tony Steward - The five-star linebacker scored touchdowns three different ways. He threw a 52-yard touchdown pass, ran for a 9-yard touchdown and returned a kick for 85 yards and score.
DT Phillip Dukes - South Carolina's top-rated defensive tackle in the class of 2011 had 4 sacks and forced a fumble.
S Brandon Ellerbe - The former Clemson commit and current North Carolina commit scored 4 touchdowns—two rushing and two passing.
CB Demetrious Nicholson - The cornerback prospect had three catches for 38 yards.
LB Kris Frost - Frost scored on both offense and defense Friday night, returning an interception for 32 yards and 6 points and took a 66-yard screen pass for touchdown.
WR Stanton Seckinger - A day before he'll be back in Clemson, Seckinger grabbed 11 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns.
RB Marlin Lane - The first running back to commit to Clemson in the class of 2011 rushed for 88 yards, including a 9-yard scoring run. He caught three passes for 29 yards.
S Cortez Davis - Lane's Mainland High School teammate and future Clemson teammate recorded five receptions for 41 yards. He also had a 12-yard touchdown catch.
RB Mike Bellamy - The video game-like stats continue to pile up. Bellamy rushed for 230 yards on just 11 carries and three touchdowns.
WR Charone Peake - The highest-rated member of Clemson's 2011 class had five catches for 100 yards and a touchdown.
QB Tony McNeal - In just over a quarter of play, Clemson's lone quarterback commit in the class of 2011 went 7 of 11 for 69 yards. The Herald in Rock Hill reported that he suffered a slight bruise on Friday, but he's expected to return next week.
WR Adam Humphries - Humphries had just one tackle on defense, but scored a touchdown rushing and receiving.
S Robert Smith - A quarterback at Woodland High School, Smith completed 20 of 26 passes for 273 yards and five touchdowns. He also rushed for 56 yards on four carries.
S Geraldo Orta
TE Eric MacLain
TE Jay Rome
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