DeAndre Hopkins: The Tigers needed a step-up performance, and 'Nuk' delivered - 11 catches for a school-record 197 yards...Big catch after big catch...At this point, he's in the thick of the Biletnikoff Award conversation.
Tajh Boyd: Another 300-yard passing game, but his dagger-like damage came via the run. He's becoming the quarterback Chad Morris wants him to be.
Andre Ellington: He's a quick-strike flash and a workhorse. Again and again, Ellington delivered - 132 yards rushing and 100 yards on kickoff returns.
DeShawn Williams: With the Tigers' defensive front needing a take-charge performance, Williams showed the way.
Bashaud Breeland: He's playing with a contagious fierceness...eight tackles and he was in the quarterback's face anytime Brent Venables chose...
Tig Willard: He led the Tigers with nine tackles, solidifying Clemson's linebacker play.
Stephone Anthony: He's beginning to show signs of realizing his take-charge potential.
Rashard Hall: Another interception, pushing him even farther up the Tigers' career list.
Garry Peters: With Darius Robinson struggling, Peters stepped in and stepped up. His late-game interception and PBU were one of the game's biggest.
Brandon Ford: He's emerging as a big-time receiver.
Jaron Brown: The Tigers' perennial 'supporting cast' receiver, his big plays made a difference.
Vic Beasley: He continues to take advantage of his opportunities.
Bradley Pinion: Two touchback kickoffs when the Tigers needed them most.