|ESPN: Hopkins having career rebirth|
He had 72 receptions for 978 yards and five touchdowns last season, but Watkins overshadowed him and everybody else on the Tigers' offense. Hearing all the talk that Clemson would struggle without Watkins -- even with Watkins in his starting spot once again -- was a slap in the face to say the least.
“That’s just disrespectful to any great wide receiver, that people overlook you,” Hopkins said. “It’s disrespectful that people think they can play me man-on-man. But I‘ve proven they’re not going to be too successful when they do it.”
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