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After tallying 34 receiving scores over his final 2 high school seasons, Higgins was ranked as a top 2 WR and top 20 player overall in the 2017 recruiting class by multiple scouting services, including ESPN, Rivals and Scout. He elected to play his college ball at Clemson over offers from Alabama, Ohio State, Florida State and Tennessee, among others.
Higgins got on the field as a true freshman, despite a Tigers WR corps that included Hunter Renfrow, Deon Cain and Ray-Ray McCloud, who all went on to be drafted. Higgins ranked 4th in receiving yards and 3rd in TDs on a team that finished just 39th in passing yards and 85th in TDs.
2018 brought a breakout sophomore campaign. Playing alongside QB Trevor Lawrence (who figures to be the #1 overall pick of the 2021 draft), Higgins ranked 8th in the country with 12 receiving scores. He also led Clemson with 59 catches — although his 936 yards trailed then-freshman WR Justyn Ross.
Higgins set new personal bests in yards, yards per catch and TDs this past year. He ranked 19th in the nation in receiving yards and tied for 7th in TDs. His 19.8 yards per catch was good for 6th among players with 40+ grabs. Higgins closed his junior season with a flurry, averaging 4.6 catches, 83 yards and 1.4 TDs over his final 7 games.
He trailed Ross in catches last year but led the Tigers in yards and TDs. His market shares: 18.1% of the receptions, 27.0% of the receiving yards and 32.5% of the receiving scores. Those marks rank 20th, 14th and 11th among 23 of this year’s top WR prospects. Higgins’ 3.67 yards per route run in…
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