When the rosters for the 76th Annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas were announced Wednesday, they included four Clemson commitments.
Jardar Johnson is a three-star safety.
By game day, that number potentially could be larger.
First things first, here's who made it from the current class of 2013 Tiger commits:
-Ben Boulware, OLB, Anderson (S.C.) T.L. Hanna: Boulware is a 6-feet-1, 230-pound prospect that 247Sports ranks as a three-star player. He is the country's No. 39 recruit at his position.
-Jardar Johnson, DB, Orangeburg (S.C.) Orangeburg-Wilkinson: Johnson has garnered three stars from 247Sports and is rated as the No. 61 safety and No. 13 prospect in South Carolina.
-Dane Rogers: DE, Shelby (N.C.) Crest: The 6-3, 230-pound Rogers is a high three-star recruit who checks in as the country's No. 21 weak side defensive end.
-Mike Williams: WR, Santee, SC (Lake Marion): Williams is one of the Tigers' most highly rated prospects. He's a four-star player that is No. 206 in the 247Composite ratings.
North Carolina and South Carolina are tied for most commitments participating in the Dec. 15 all-star game in Spartanburg, S.C., which pits senior standouts from North Carolina and South Carolina against one another. Both schools have six selections each.
Clemson, N.C. State and East Carolina have four commits apiece.
Clemson is still actively recruiting some of the game's other participants, most notably four-star offensive guard Tyrone Crowder of Rockingham (N.C.)
Richmond and four-star receiver Tramel Terry of Goose Creek, S.C. Both are top-100 prospects in the Top247 rankings.
Crowder is uncommitted. He visited Clemson over the weekend, and the Tigers are currently co-leaders with Georgia.
Terry is a Georgia commit, but the Tigers continue to battle.
Below are the rosters for each squad.
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