Clemson Football: 2024 signees who will have the biggest impact as freshmen

There are freshmen who contribute every season for Clemson Football. Here are the five players from the Class of 2024 who will make an immediate impact next year.

Jefferson's Sammy Brown.

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Bryant Wesco

Bryant Wesco is another 5-star prospect who has Clemson Nation very excited. He had 36 receptions for 619 yards, an average of 17.2 yards per catch. He had 13 touchdowns.

Wesco is 6’-2” and 170 pounds. He probably needs to add some bulk to his frame, but that doesn’t mean he can’t contribute right away for the Tigers.

247Sports explains why Wesco was the 21st ranked player in the Composite ranking:

"Capable of creating late separation at the top of routes. Able to reach for another gear in those situations. Seems to understand angles and spacing when setting up defenders.
Creative run-after-catch threat with challenging combination of suddenness and fluidity. Shows fairly easy top-end speed that is somewhat deceptively fast when compared to opposing defenders.
Excellent ball-tracking concentration. Regularly makes "combat" catches as a contested ball-winner. Knows how and when to high-point and provides consistent red-zone threat because of it.
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Gabe Brooks

There haven’t been as many difference makers for Clemson in the wide receiver room since 2020, but that appears to be on the cusp of changing this coming season. Assuming the Tigers can avoid injuries, they will have Antonio Williams, Tyler Brown, Troy Stellato, and Cole Turner, which provides a decent base.

Now add in Wesco, and the Tigers have a very quick wide receiver room that will provide plenty of targets for Cade Klubnik.