Rising WR prospect draws Clemson offer at camp

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Height: 6-3   Weight: 210   Hometown: Clearwater, FL (Clearwater Academy International HS)   Class: 2020
ESPN:
#88 WR, #76 FL
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#996 Overall, #159 WR, #111 FL
Rising WR prospect draws Clemson offer at camp

One of the rising receiver prospects for the 2020 class in Ajou Ajou (Clearwater, Fla.) added a Clemson offer while competing at Dabo Swinney's camp.

"All Glory to God. I am honored and so excited to announce that I’ve received an offer from Clemson University," he posted on Twitter Wednesday.

He stood out while working out Tuesday:

Ajou is an intriguing prospect. A three-sport star in Canada with a basketball and high-jump resume, he also played football while in Canada. He moved to Florida and has been at International this spring, but already has a handful of Power Five offers. That list includes Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida St., Penn St., Tennessee, Texas A&M and a bevy of others. Ajou visited Georgia Tech Monday, while Clemson coaches Tony Elliott and Jeff Scott have been by his school...

It's the first time we’ve watched him work out. The first thing that stands out is his size – he’s listed at 6-3 but I am guessing he might be closer to 6-4 now, and he’s around 210 pounds. He has long arms and a thick, strong upper body with big hands. The physical part? He has it. You can tell he hasn’t played a lot of football, but he was soaking in every word from Scott, wanting to learn.

Ajou is rated as high as the No. 88 receiver nationally by ESPN.


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