Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins is leaving school early to enter the NFL draft. Come April, he’s likely to be a first-round selection.
At 6’4″, Higgins has tremendous size for the position and a game tape filled with highlights of major gains. Last year, Higgins caught 59 passes for 1,167 yards – good for an eye-popping 19.8 yards per catch –and scored 13 touchdowns for the Tigers.
Higgins is just one of several talented wide receivers in this year’s crop, which runs deep at the position. Other notable WRs in the mix include Oklahoma’s CeeDee Lamb, Alabama’s Jerry Jeudy, and Jeudy’s teammate, Henry Ruggs III.
Fresh off of back-to-back double-digit seasons, Higgins could be a target for teams like the Bills, Broncos, and and Raiders.
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