Clemson will retire No. 28 from its football roster in honor of C.J. Spiller during halftime against Maryland on Saturday, the school announced on Sunday.
Spiller, the ninth overall selection of the NFL draft, now plays for the Buffalo Bills, and since they're off this weekend, he'll be able to attend the ceremony and lead the team through its "Tiger Walk" on Saturday.
Spiller will be just the third Clemson football player to have his number retired. He joins Steve Fuller, who wore No. 4 (1975-78), and Banks McFadden, who wore No. 66 (1937-39).