Jan 3, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) lines up from the line of scrimmage against Ohio State Buckeyes during their game in the 2014 Orange Bowl college football game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday Conversation: Which Clemson Football Player is Most Likely to Make 1st Team All-ACC?


The Clemson football Twitter page posted this today:

That’s pretty impressive. It got me wondering, which member of the Clemson football team is the most likely to make the All-ACC first team this year? It seems like a safe bet that the streak should extend to 38 consecutive years in 2014. After all, Vic Beasley was on the All-ACC team last year, along with Sammy Watkins. Beasley should be a shoo-in again this year. But who might join him?

Sound off in the comments, if you like. To make things interesting, let’s assume that Beasley is a lock and figure out who else might make it. Bonus points if you name someone who didn’t make so much as the honorable mention list last year.

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  • Rubbing The Rock

    Just to get the ball rolling…

    For a dark horse candidate, I think Mike Williams could have a decent chance this year. Clemson needs to replace a lot of production at receiver this year and I think Williams could end up being the Tigers’ best pass-catcher.

    Obviously Grady Jarrett and a couple others on defense could make it as well. I’d like to pick Cole Stoudt too but, you know, Jameis Winston is still around.

  • ClimateStudent

    Stephone Anthony!!! Go defense!!!!

    • Rubbing The Rock

      Solid pick. Anthony should be in for a great season.

  • John Quintero

    Gonna go out on a limb and say that Jordan Leggit makes it. I believe that it’s likely he bocomes Cole’s safety net in the redzone

    • Rubbing The Rock

      I could definitely see that. With the receivers Clemson has to replace, there will be room for someone to step up as the top red-zone threat.