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How Clemson became Wide Receiver U

Following Thursday’s practice, co-offensive coordinator Jeff Scott touched on the process Clemson’s wide receivers unit has gone through the last nine years.

From the early struggles to find an adequate starting wide receiver in 2008 and 2009 to the present as the program has produced nine players who are now playing in the NFL. With so much success in developing NFL caliber wide receivers, Clemson has become known as “Wide Receiver U.”

The Clemson Insider’s Olivia Garrison takes a look at Scott’s career at Clemson and the way he grew the Tigers’ program to consistently produce NFL caliber wide receivers.

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