Clemson Football Spring Preview: Wide Receivers

Let’s dive into the Clemson Tigers’ wide receiver corps for 2024. Here’s a breakdown of notable players:
       Adam Randall: A returning wide receiver who played nine games in 2023. He recorded 52 receptions for 531 yards and four touchdowns. His standout performance came against Syracuse with nine catches for 153 yards..
      Cole Turner: Expect to see Turner back in action. He was out for a majority of the previous season but is poised to make an impact in 2024 .
      Antonio Williams: Another key player returning. Williams was the leading receiver in 2022, so expectations are high for him .
      Tyler Brown: Bursting onto the scene as a freshman, Brown had an impressive 2023 season with 52 catches for 531 yards and four touchdowns.  
Troy Stellato: Keep an eye on Stellato. He’s part of the talented group of wide receivers for the Tigers. Stellato arrived with a huge HS resume and found himself mired in injuries his first 2.5 years on campus. Since his return to the field Troy has become a solid “go to” in short to mid range yardage needs in the passing game.. With his move to the slot look for his on the field production to increase in 2024.
Bryant Wesco Jr: Wesco adds depth to the outside receiver position.
His contribution will be crucial moving forward. Arriving on campus Wesco was very underweight. Since, yes put on 15 pounds and prove throughout the spring to be a very formidable target down Feild in the passing game. Look for Wesco to showcase skills in the spring game Saturday.
TJ Moore: A five-star recruit set to join the team in the summer. His arrival will further strengthen the wide receiver room..

The Tigers’ wide receiver unit looks promising, with a mix of experience, talent, and exciting newcomers. 🏈🐅

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