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Sep 5, 2015; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers fans during the first quarter against the Wofford Terriers at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Ray-Ray McCloud

Who was Clemson’s lead wide receiver Saturday? It wasn’t Artavis Scott, it wasn’t Germone Hopper, it wasn’t Charone Peake, it was Ray-Ray McCloud. The true-freshman saw the field early and often as he ended up with 8 receptions for 80 yards overall. The passing attack was spread out all day, but McCloud was the leading receiver.

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I wanted to give him props for stepping up and showing what he can do this early in the season. Obviously, Artavis Scott also had a great game and he deserves some recognition as well. I was impressed with Ray-Ray McCloud and I think he will be a huge contributor going forward with the Clemson offense.

Clemson football fans are certainly in for a treat for the next few seasons with Ray-Ray McCloud. He is going to be one special athlete and he has the speed, athleticism, and hands to be an elite wide receiver at the collegiate and professional level.

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