Clemson targets shine Friday

Many of Clemson's commitments and remaining prospects in the 2011 class took to the field Friday night.

Here's a look at some of the reports that have started to filter on their performances.

WR Sammy Watkins - According to Carl Bleich with the Fort Myers News-Press Clemson's only uncommitted wide receiver prospect in the class of 2011 returned the opening kickoff for a 90-yard touchdown against Estero. He also caught a 34-yard touchdown pass en route to a 49-7 win.

LB A.J. Johnson - Jonathan Zopf with the Gainesville Times wrote that the outside linebacker prospect lined up in Gainesville High School's version of the wildcat and rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown in the Red Elephants' win.

LB Tony Steward - The middle linebacker prospect returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown in Pedro Menendez High School's 23-20 win over Bishop Kenny.

DT Devonte Brown - Jack Britt High School senior recovered and forced a fumble in the 27-17 win over Hoggard.

QB Morgan Roberts - With Clemson offensive coordinator Billy Napier in town to watch, Roberts went 11-of-25 for 151 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for 55 yards over 15 carries.

WR Stanton Seckinger - The greyshirt offer had six receptions for 177 yards and three touchdowns.

RB Mike Bellamy - The Herald Tribune in Sarasota, Fla. reported that Bellamy rushed for 94 yards over 15 carries. He also scored four touchdowns.

QB Tony McNeal - Irvin Goodwin, a correspondent to The Rock Hill Herald, reported two fumbled quarterback-center exchanges from Chester's 49-25 win over Lancaster. McNeal took the blame, according to Goodwin. The senior 2011 commit also completed 15-of-28 passes for 264 yards and two touchdowns.

WR Charone Peake - Three receptions for 64 yards. Eric Boynton of The Spartanburg Herald Journal said Peake was "…obviously less than 100 percent with an ankle injury…"

TE Eric MacLain - No receptions for the tight end prospect, but MacLain did have 14 tackles, forced a fumble and had an interception on the defensive side of the ball.

WR Adam Humphries - Humphries grabbed two catches for 22 yards and three kickoff returns for 98 yards, including one for 65 yards. Defensively, he had five tackles, two pass breakups and an interception.

DT Deshawn Williams - Williams had one sack and four tackles for loss in Daniel High School's loss to Greenville.

DB Robert Smith - Woodland High School's quarterback, Smith threw four touchdown passes and ran for a 26-yard score in the 35-8 win over Scott's Branch.

LB Colton Walls - The Clemson commit had 11 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack. Top Stories