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I combined both Charone Peake and Adam Humphries on this slide because it’s unclear at this point which one will be the go-to receiver.
Both of the talented pass-catchers could break out and emerge as the No. 1 receiver this summer.
Peake was highly recruited, and most fans’ dreams of him having a breakout year last season were cut short by an ACL injury early in the season. Humphries has been reliable in his time at Clemson but could go from third option to option No. 1 this fall.
Both will have the pressure of replacing Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant, who opted to enter the NFL draft after their junior seasons.
Tigers fans won’t expect Peake and Humphries to be the next Watkins, but one of the pair will have to step up and fill the role of the No. 1 receiver, something neither has done yet in his time at Clemson.