The Best Clemson Tigers Wide Receivers Of All Time

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The best Clemson Tigers wide receivers ever have all had a part in making Clemson one of the top-tier Division I college programs in the nation. While the early days of the college game were dominated by running backs, the rise of high-powered, high-scoring offenses means wide receivers have become a key piece of the college strategy.

Older players like Perry Tuttle and Jerry Butler made their mark in the history of Clemson’s offense with their great performances in the past, as newer players like DeAndre Hopkins and Sammy Watkins carried on that legacy with tremendous talent and skill. The Tigers have had many wide receivers go on to the NFL, and some even had Hall of Fame-level careers, but it all started with their days starting for Clemson football.

So which of these players from Clemson’s long history deserves to rank near the top of the list? Who are the best Tigers WRs of all-time? Vote below, and if you see any players missing from the list who should be considered, feel free to add them as well.

Ranked by
  • Tigers career: 2011-2013

  • Hunter Renfrow

    Hunter Renfrow

    Tigers career: 2015-2018

  • Tigers career: 2013-2016

  • Tigers career: 2010-2012

  • Tee Higgins

    Tee Higgins

    Tigers career: 2017-2019

  • Justyn Ross

    Justyn Ross

    Tigers career: 2018-2019

  • Amari Rodgers

    Amari Rodgers

    Tigers career: 2017-2019

  • Tigers career: 2009-2011

  • Tigers career: 2011-2013

  • Tigers career: 1997-2000

  • Tigers career: 2006-2009

  • Tigers career: 1978-1981

  • Tigers career: 2013-2016

  • Ray-Ray McCloud

    Ray-Ray McCloud

    Tigers career: 2015-2017

  • Artavis Scott

    Artavis Scott

    Tigers career: 2014-2016

  • Tigers career: 2011-2014

  • Tigers career: 2005-2008

  • Deon Cain

    Deon Cain

    Tigers career: 2015-2017

  • Tigers career: 2001-2003

  • Charone Peake

    Charone Peake

    Tigers career: 2011-2015

  • Tigers career: 1975-1978

  • Tigers career: 2006-2009

  • Tigers career: 2003-2006

  • Jaron Brown

    Jaron Brown

    Tigers career: 2009-2012

  • Tigers career: 2001-2004