Clemson leads for 4-star wide receiver

Clemson leads for 4-star wide receiver


Clemson leads for 4-star wide receiver

Four-star wide receiver Ramel Keyton visited Clemson on Saturday for the second time in three weeks.

The 2019 prospect from Marietta (Ga.) High returned to Death Valley for Clemson’s 34-7 victory over Boston College.

“It was great,” Keyton said of the visit. “I’m starting to feel more comfortable up there.”

After receiving an offer from Clemson in August, Keyton made his first trip to Tiger Town for the Auburn game on Sept. 9.

Saturday’s visit allowed him to build upon his relationship with the coaching staff.

“I’m starting to get more comfortable with the coaches and staff at Clemson,” Keyton said. “It just feels better down there.”

Keyton (6-2, 180) spent the most time with receivers coach Jeff Scott, whom he has taken a liking to.

“We were talking about me fitting in with Clemson, family, school, my high school team, etcetera,” Keyton said. “I like him.”

Keyton’s offer sheet features big names such as Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami and Tennessee.

The Tigers are at the top of his list right now.

“They are leading,” Keyton said.

Keyton couldn’t name only one thing when asked what stands out to him about Clemson.

“I can’t point out what’s best because I really like everything about Clemson,” he said.

Keyton is ranked by the major recruiting services as a consensus top-200 prospect in the 2019 class regardless of position.

As a sophomore last season, he caught 77 passes for 1,347 yards.



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