Jeff Bostic

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Jeff Bostic is a Greensboro, NC native that played center for the Clemson Tigers (1977-1979) and was an All-ACC performer in 1979. After college, Bostic was signed as a free agent by the Washington Redskins (now Commanders) in 1980. He played in four Super Bowls winning three. He was a 3 x Super Bowl Champion (XVII, XXII, XXVI) and was named to the 1983 Pro Bowl during his 14 NFL seasons in Washington (1980-1993). Bostic started 149 games plus all three Super Bowl wins and was part of the famous and legendary Washington offensive line called “The Hogs”. He is the only Clemson player to have played for three Super Bowl Championship teams. Bostic also is the only center in NFL history to snap the ball to three different Super Bowl Champion quarterbacks Joe Theismann, Doug Williams, and Mark Rypien.After his playing days, he received accolades including being named to Clemson’s All-Centennial Team in 1996 and inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame in 1997. He was named as one of the 70 Greatest Redskins and is in the Washington Commanders Ring of Fame. Bostic is a 1999 inductee of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.

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