While most would agree that Justyn Ross did not have quite the season many were expecting in 2019 after exploding in the CFP against Notre Dame and Alabama in 2018, that hasn’t stopped those same people from thinking that season isn’t coming in 2020.
With Tee Higgins off to the NFL, that leaves Ross with the opportunity to line up at the boundary more often, which is probably the most natural fir for him. In fact, you can expect to see him play on the field side and in the slot as well. He is just that talented.
With Trevor Lawrence pulling the trigger in the Clemson offense, the duo is already starting to get some love for best quarterback and receiver combo in the country.