Rankings Updated: 1970-01-01
Rated as the #41 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com...listed as the #14 prospect in South Carolina by SuperPrep...ranked #11 in South Carolina according to TigerIllustrated.com...named to All-Region honors by PrepStar...rated as the #62 wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com...listed as the #13 recruit in the state by Rivals.com...three star prospect according to Rivals.com...had 37 receptions, 614 receiving yards, and four touchdowns as a junior at Greenwood High School...started mid-season at Byrnes after transferring and recorded 32 receptions, 524 receiving yards, and six touchdowns in only four games...his longest reception at Byrnes was for 55 yards...he also had two kickoff returns for Byrnes; the longest of which was 90 yards...enrolled in classes for the spring semester at Clemson with fellow Byrnes graduate and teammate Willy Korn... recruited by outside linebackers coach Ron West...chose Clemson over Georgia, North Carolina and N.C. State.
Plyler on Dye: "When I saw him as sophomore at Greenwood High I thought he was 6-3 1/2 and then because he moved to Byrnes I did not see till end of senior year. In person now he looks 6-6. I think they measure him at 6-5 or 6-5 ½. He catches the ball really, really well. I believe because he enrolled in spring he is a really good candidate to avoid a redshirt. He doesn't run as well as former Clemson wide receiver Kevin Youngblood, but he does catch it better."
Reminds Plyler of: Kevin Youngblood
Dye on Clemson: "When I was waiting to be ruled eligible, Clemson told me not to worry about anything, and that really meant a lot to me. I love the atmosphere at Clemson."
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