The game will kickoff at 3:00 PM and will be televised by the NFL Network, who will also show many of the practices next week.
Gilchrist, Jenkins and McDaniel are three of the 18 ACC players
participating in the game. Nine of the 12 ACC teams have at least one
representative. It marks the third straight year Clemson has had three
players invited to the game. Last year, Jacoby Ford, C.J. Spiller and
Ricky Sapp were invited, but only Ford played in the game.
The three seniors all played on Clemson's defense that finished 13th in
the nation in scoring defense in 2010. McDaniel was the team's top
tackler with 84 and he added a team best four interceptions. He
finished his Clemson career tied for second in career interceptions with
15, and was a two-time All-American and two-time first-team All-ACC
Jenkins finished ninth on the team in tackles with 53, including nine
tackles for loss. Jenkins was a first-team All-ACC selection in 2010
when he also had 16 quarterback pressures. Only Da'Quan Bowers had
Gilchrist finished fourth on the team in tackles with 66. He led the
team in passes broken up with 10 and added one interception. He also
ranked in the top five in the ACC in punt returns (10.1 average) and
kickoff returns (23.7 yards per return).
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