Recruits predict the Clemson-Auburn game


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Chase Brice picks a Clemson win
Chase Brice picks a Clemson win

The college football world will be watching when Clemson takes on Auburn Saturday night at Jordan-Hare Stadium in an early-season clash that could have national title implications for No. 2 Clemson.

However, it’s not only the fans that will be watching the evening’s festivities with a watchful eye – several of Clemson’s targets and commits will also tune in to see the game.

Clemson and Auburn have gone head-to-head for big-time recruits for several years, with defensive end Carl Lawson and defensive tackle Montravius Adams two of the headliners that went to Auburn.

See what the recruits predict as the outcome here:

*OL Blake Vinson - “I think Clemson will win 28-7.”

*QB Hunter Johnson – “It will be 41-27 with Clemson winning.”

*S Baylon Spector – “I think the key for Clemson is easy. Clemson will come out fast and get up early and then just run off with it, 35-14.

*DE Jordan Williams – “The key for Clemson is playing physical on defense and executing on offense. Clemson wins 35-14.”

*RB Cordarrian Richardson – “Clemson wins 48-12.”

*DB LeAnthony Williams – “The key for Clemson is to score and to not give up big plays on defense. Clemson wins 35-14.”

*DB Markquese Bell – “Clemson wins 30-14.”

*OL Matt Bockhorst – “Clemson has to let their playmakers make plays. It’s the first game of the year, and people can get uptight and sometimes get too conservative. Just let it rip. Clemson with the win, 45-24.”

*OL Noah DeHond – “They just have to execute the way that they have been taught and the rest will take care of itself. Clemson wins 63-7.”

*DB A.J. Terrell – Clemson wins 35-21.

*WR Tee Higgins – “The key for Clemson will be being able to run the ball and to win in special teams. Clemson wins 35-14.”

*WR Amari Rodgers – “Clemson has to just do what they do, and not let the hype of the game get to them! Play Clemson football and Clemson wins 35-17.”

*QB Chase Brice – “Clemson wins 38-13.”

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