In what he described as a very difficult decision, Clemson wideout Tee Higgins decided to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. Last season he hauled in 59 passes for 1167 yards, with 13 touchdowns, and was named first team All-ACC.

He leaves Clemson as the only wide receiver in school history to record double digit touchdown receptions in consecutive seasons.

Early on, Higgins was considered a first round lock. However, after choosing not to run at the Combine, then posting a 40 time over 4.5 at his pro day, he has seen his stock start to slip.

Higgins is a mismatch waiting to happen and one of the 2020 NFL Draft’s top prospects. At 6’4″ and 216 lbs, Higgins uses his length and uncanny athleticism to make big plays in the passing game. His calling card is going up and catching the football over defenders in traffic and giving his quarterback a large radius to complete a pass.

Check out his Draft Tape courtesy of the ACCDN.

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