2. Amari Rodgers
Amari Rodgers came back for one final year with the Clemson football program for a reason.
Rodgers tore his ACL last spring, but made a remarkable recovery. He missed just the first game of the season against Georgia Tech and played significant snaps the remainder of the season.
That being said, Rodgers didn’t have the type of production he would’ve liked and is now returning looking to put up huge numbers and cement his status as an early-round draft pick.
Rodgers has the talent and ability to become one of the best wide receivers in the country, but it will all begin with his work this offseason in the weight room and in developing chemistry with QB Trevor Lawrence.