Clemson Commit Named Second Best Receiver In Country

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SI All-American has begun the process of ranking the ten best 2021 high school prospects at each position. On Thursday, they debuted their list of top ten wide receiver prospects.

Topping the list is Clemson target Emeka Egbuka. The 6-foot-1, 190 receiver from Washington is considered one of the top uncommitted players in the country and has trimmed his list of schools down to Clemson, Ohio State, Washington, and Oklahoma.

At number two is Clemson commit Beaux Collins. SI All-American's John Garcia Jr. says the following about the highly touted player from California.

"The future Clemson Tiger already looks the part of a WR1 in the Dabo Swinney/Tony Elliott offense and when you pop on the tape he plays like that classic Clemson wideout as well. Physically, he lines up with such a presence whether it's overwhelming a smaller defender at the catch point or running by bigger secondary players. He is polished in his route running with a good release package relative to his immense size, yet shows the instincts to adjust on the fly or to work for chunk yardage after the catch. With a long, powerful stride and the deceleration skill of a much smaller prospect, Collins can even be seen making plays as a blocker with some pop."

Check out the rest of the rankings.

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