|ESPN: Clemson's deep options without Watkins|
|Friday, August 24, 2012 11:07 AM-||
From Adam Grigely of ESPN:
The numbers show Clemson will have a big hole to fill in the passing game, but the Tigers may have the depth to do so. Junior DeAndre HopkinsDeAndre Hopkins
Jr. Wide Receiver
#6 6-2, 205
View Full Profile was second on the team last season with 70 receptions and finished just shy of 1,000 yards (952). Hopkins was also a downfield threat as he and Watkins combined for 16 catches on throws of 20 yards or more.
Another name to keep an eye on is 6-foot-5-inch sophomore Martavis BryantMartavis Bryant
So. Wide Receiver
#1 6-5, 200
Calhoun Falls, SC
View Full Profile. As a freshman Bryant had just nine catches, but showed big-play ability averaging 24.6 yards per catch with two touchdowns. Three of his nine catches were on throws of 20 yards or more from Boyd, including both of his touchdowns.
Other names to watch at wide receiver are Jaron BrownJaron Brown
Gr. Wide Receiver
#18 6-2, 205
View Full Profile and Charone PeakeCharone Peake
So. Wide Receiver
#19 6-3, 200
View Full Profile. The senior Brown was a reliable receiver for Boyd last season, finishing fourth on the Tigers with 31 receptions. Peake had just four catches for 71 yards last season as a freshman, but the former No. 2 overall wide receiver recruit in 2011 may see more action.
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