Chester McGlockton (left: from GoStanford.com, right shows McGlockton during his last year in the NFL, 2003, playing for the New York Jets.
(WLTX, Greenville News) -- Former Clemson defensive tackle Chester McGlockton died Wednesday.
Stanford University, where he worked as a Defensive Assistant for the football team, confirmed the news on their website.
McGlockton, originally from Whiteville, NC, died from a massive heart attack at his home in California, reports the Greenville News, WLTX's sister newspaper.
As a defensive tackle, McGlockton spent his college career under the guidance of Clemson Head Coach Danny Ford and Coach Ken Hatfield, and was a member of the magical 1990 Tigers (10-2) that finished No. 9 overall, and won the Atlantic Coast Conference with the No. 1 rushing defense in 1991.
McGlockton was in his second year at Stanford, helping oversee Stanford's 11-1 near-dominance of the Pac-12 this year.
During his professional career, McGlockton was selected for the Pro-Bowl four times, each during his six years with the Raiders (1992-1997). He played for the Kansas City Chiefs (1998-2000), Denver Broncos (2001-2002), and the New York Jets (2003).