WATCH: Former Clemson WR scores TD in rookie debut


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Former Clemson receiver Ray-Ray McCloud found the endzone in his rookie preseason debut for the Buffalo Bills Thursday.

McCloud caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from fellow rookie Josh Allen through coverage versus the Carolina Panthers:



McCloud touched the ball five times total on the night, with one rush and also a punt return for eight yards and three catches for 50 yards.

The Tampa native was selected in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. He totaled 49 catches for 503 yards and a touchdown last season at Clemson.





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