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Vic Beasley.  That’s the name you need to know.

Okay, we’ll give you five names, but Beasley is the name you’ll likely hear the most on Saturday.

With the likes of Watkins, Bryant and Boyd having departed, you haven’t heard a lot of big-time names mentioned with the Tigers.

But here are five names Georgia fans should know heading into kickoff:

1. DE Vic Beasley

Beasley registered a couple sacks against the Bulldogs last year, and totaled 23 tackles for loss and 13 sacks in 2013.  He’s a beast coming off the end and could give Georgia major issues with their inexperience up front.  Beasley possesses great speed.  Expect the Bulldogs to double-team Beasley early and often.

2. RB D. J. Howard

Howard gets the start after Clemson’s leading rusher from last year Zac Brooks is out for the season with a foot injury.  Howard saw some action in 2013 for the Tigers getting 57 carries and catching eight passes.  It’ll be a running back-by-committee approach on Saturday, but Howard will be the main guy running behind an experienced Tiger offensive line.

3. WR Charone Peake

Peake tore his ACL last September and sat out all of the 2013 season, but has stayed healthy through fall camp, despite a minor setback the week before practice started.  Peake has major big-play capabilities and is the most likely threat to replace the production lost in Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant.

4. QB Deshaun Watson

The heralded true freshman is listed as the backup quarterback, but will play according to Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney.  Watson is the future of the Tigers and is a lethal dual-threat signal-caller.  It’s not clear how big of a role he’ll have on Saturday, but expect him to have an impact returning to his home state.

5. S Jayron Kearse

Kearse tallied 55 tackles and tied for the team lead with four interceptions in 2013.  The Fort Myers, Fla. native is a big guy — 6’4″, 210 lbs. — and possesses serious ball skills.  I expect Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables to stack the box and make Hutson Mason throw the ball, giving Kearse and his defensive back cohorts room to make plays.  Don’t be surprised if you see some huge collisions between Kearse and Todd Gurley.