Renfrow hilariously explains his uncanny catching ability


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Kirby Lee - USA Today Sports
Kirby Lee - USA Today Sports

Former Clemson receiver Hunter Renfrow is getting accustomed to being a professional player with the Oakland Raiders.

Renfrow was an extraordinarily talented pass-catcher during his Clemson days and explained to reporters on Friday how it all started.

"I like to credit my mom," Renfrow said at rookie minicamp. "My dad was my high school coach, but my mom would go out there and throw footballs to me, and they were never accurate. They were up here; they were down there; I'd have to be diving everywhere."

Great job by mom throwing those awful passes during his childhood making her son a catching savant.

Renfrow had an impressive 186 receptions for 2,133 yards with 15 touchdowns during his collegiate career at Clemson.

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