Clemson is in need of dynamic pass catchers in 2018, and Amari Rodgers profiles as someone who can fulfill that role.
Rodgers only caught 11 passes for 67 yards last season, but Tigers offensive coordinator Jeff Scott has loved what he’s seen from the former 4-star recruit this offseason.
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“I would say Amari Rodgers is a guy that’s just been on fire this spring, done a really good job. He’s very businesslike,” Scott said. “He practices like a pro. What I mean by that is he’s a guy that he doesn’t look like a college guy out there. He’s a 28-29-year-old guy that’s going about his business. He’s very serious about it. It’s very important.”
Clemson’s offense was good last season, but it lacked an explosive element at times. Rodgers can provide a spark, and it wouldn’t be shocking if he broke out in 2018.