Chester McGlockton, one of the best defensive linemen in Clemson history, died Tuesday night of an apparent massive heart attack. He was just 42 years old.
McGlockton was working as a defensive assistant on the Stanford Cardinal staff. He made his name at Clemson as an All-ACC defensive tackle. He was a part of the 1991 ACC championship team, the last one to win the conference. He was drafted in the first round of the 1992 NFL draft and made four Pro Bowls in his 12 year NLF career. He is also a member of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.
MGlockton leaves behind a wife and two children.