Clemson star wide receiver Justyn Ross will miss the entire 2020 season with a Congenital fusion, which is a spine/neck complication from birth.
This hurts the Tigers as he was considered the best wide out in the ACC; a conference stacked at that position.
It will be hard to replicate his 46 catches for 1,000 yards and 9 touchdowns, but Clemson has a multitude of receivers behind him.
Amari Rogers, a possession receiver for the Tigers likely won’t be the man and will continue to thrive as a second option.
Expect Joe Ngata, sophomore wide receiver, who was a .97 overall recruit coming out of high school to step up. Ngata was considered one of the most athletic receivers of his class with great size and speed.
He posted 17 catches for 240 yards and 3 touchdowns in limited play as a true freshman. He will be a phenomenal home run hitter for the Tigers and will emerge as one of the best receivers in the country after this season.
Travis Etienne, Trevor Lawrence and Joe Ngata will form one of the most dangerous trios in a conference that lakes elite secondaries outside of Florida State and North Carolina.
The Tigers will miss WR1 Ross, but fully expect them to be one of the best teams in the country, again.