The Unheralded

Running Back

Tyshon Dye

Dye is a redshirt junior and has appeared in seven games this season, rushing for 112 yards.

Wide Receiver

T.J. Simmons

A freshman from Pinson, Alabama, Simmons hasn't seen game time yet but was tagged a three-star recruit by ESPN and has an expert Dab pose.

Wide Receiver and Cornerback

Kanyon Tuttle and Amir Trapp

Tuttle and Trapp are just starting their Clemson careers. Tuttle is a freshman from Charlotte, Trapp is a freshman from Clemson.

Punter

J.K. Scott

An All-American who also produced the best season for a punter in Alabama history in 2014, Scott can also solve a Rubik's cube in one minute, 16 seconds.

Defensive Lineman

Jabril Robinson

Robinson is a sophomore from Leland, North Carolina and has played in three games this season.

Wide Receivers

ArDarius Stewart and Trevon Diggs

Next to Diggs, a freshman receiver, Stewart, left, is a junior with an impressive record (and bling) with 75 catches and 849 yards at Alabama.

Long Snapper

David Estes

A redshirt senior long snapper from Mauldin, South Carolina, Estes talks about always being prepared for the moment and special teams making a difference in the game.

Wide Receiver

Raheem Falkins

A junior who sat out last season because of injury, Falkins is ready for showtime and poised to make an impression.

Offensive Line

Taylor Hearn, Justin Falcinelli, Tyrone Crowder

From left, Hearn, the starting left tackle, played in all 13 games this season and had 27.5 knockdown blocks in 846 plays. Falcinelli, a backup interior lineman, was in 164 plays over 10 games. Crowder, a first team All-ACC performer and a returning starter, played 739 plays over all 13 games, recording 20 knockdown blocks.

Defensive Lineman

Da'Ron Payne

A sophomore and native of Birmingham, Payne is the anchor of the Tide's defensive front.

Tight End

Jesse Fisher

Fisher, a redshirt freshman, gives his best fashion model pose.

Defensive Lineman

King, Tomlinson, Williams, Davis

Part of one of the best front seven in college football, these defensive linemen still know how to have fun while on the clock. Some of the players photographed here include (from left) Jamar King, Dalvin Tomlinson, Quinnen Williams, Raekwon Davis.

Defensive End

Jaquarius Brice

Brice, a walk-on senior defensive end at Clemson, appeared in 16 plays over three games this season with one solo tackle.

Offensive Linemen

Brandon Kennedy and Chris Owens

Part of one of the more feared and well-run offensive lines in college football, Owens, right, and Kennedy play-fight in a rare relaxed moment.

Quarterback

Zerrick Cooper

Backup Quarterback Zerrick Cooper, above, talks about trying to keep starter Deshaun Watson focused and upbeat while on the sidelines.

Wide Receiver and Tight End

Jonathan Rice and Cam Stewart

Possibly pondering what plays will be called Monday night, Rice or Stewart could be mistaken for the most interesting man in the world.

Tight End

D.J. Greenlee

A homegrown Tiger, Greenlee is a junior from Clemson, South Carolina who has has appeared in 18 career games as a reserve tight end and as a member of Clemson's special teams.

Linebacker

Mekhi Brown

Pretending to be a photographer's assistant, Brown grabs the background during media day instead of answering a reporter's questions.

Defensive End

Chris Register

Register is a sophomore from Browns Summit, North Carolina, he made the switch from linebacker to defensive end after his redshirt freshman season in 2014.

Offensive Lineman

Dallas Warmack

Warmack is a sophomore and on the active roster. His older brother is former Alabama All-American guard Chance Warmack, who plays for the Tennessee Titans.

Scout Team

Practice Squad

After getting a shoutout from their coach Brent Venables, members of the scout team are really excited to talk about their role in helping the team prepare.

Defensive Back

Nigel Knott

Sporting matching accessories, Knott, a freshman, was a unanimous four-star prospect as a cornerback and will be one to watch in the coming years for Alabama.

Guard and Wide Receiver

John Simpson and Ryan Mac Lain

Simpson tells a reluctant Mac Lain to get into the picture with him and the College Football National Championship trophy. All Clemson players were afraid to touch the trophy as to not give themselves bad luck.