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Clifford "C.J." Spiller Jr. (born August 5, 1987 in Lake Butler, Florida) is an American Football running back for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. He was an All-American at Clemson University and was drafted 9th overall in the 2010 NFL Draft. On October 16, 2010 his number 28 jersey was retired at Clemson University. On this day he also donated $100,000 to the school's "One Clemson Fund".

Spiller attended Union County High School in Lake Butler, where he excelled at track, as well as football, posting the seventh fastest time in the nation over 100 meters in his senior year with a time of 10.42 . At Union County High School, Spiller played alongside fellow Clemson teammate, Kevin Alexander. During his senior year at Union County, he rushed for 1,840 yards on 176 carries for 30 touchdowns. He also had fifteen receptions for 249 yards.

In his entire high school career, Spiller rushed for 5,511 yards on 541 carries.

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