Clemson defenders Jeff Davis and Michael Dean Perry are among four named to the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame

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GREENVILLE, South Carolina — Former Clemson linebacker Jeff Davis and ex-Tigers defensive end Michael Dean Perry have been voted to the South Carolina Football of Hall of Fame.

Among the new inductees are Tennessee and NFL receiver Stanley Morgan and longtime coach Dal Shealey. The organization announced its newest class Thursday.

Davis played at Clemson from 1978-81 and was a starter for the Tigers' national championship team.

Perry played with the Tigers from 1984-87, following his brother William "Refrigerator" Perry, on the team. The younger Perry held the school career record for sacks until Vic Beasley broke it two years ago.

Morgan, from Easley, made four Pro Bowls during his NFL career.

Shealey was offensive coordinator for Auburn, Baylor, Iowa State and Tennessee and has written several books about coaching.

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