South Pointe defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and Northwestern quarterback Justin Worley have been named to Parade Magazine's All-America Football team.
Parade is inserted into The Herald on Sundays; the 48th annual team will come in the Feb. 6 edition. The team includes 53 players from 22 states.
South Carolina honorees also include Brandon Shell, a 6-7, 290-pound offensive lineman from Goose Creek and Lateek Townsend, a 6-2, 210 linebacker from Marlboro County in Bennettsville.
Worley, 6-5, 195, committed to Tennessee and is in school there after graduating from Northwestern early. In addition to numerous other awards, Worley was named Gatorade's National Player of the Year. He will sign Wednesday on National Signing Day.
Clowney, 6-6, 250, will announce his choice of schools on Feb. 14, his 18th birthday. He took an official visit to Clemson this weekend but is said to be deciding between Alabama and South Carolina.
In addition to being named S.C. Mr. Football, Clowney was USA Today's Defensive Player of the Year among his long list of honors.