It’s not every day you have a college wide receiver that is forced to return back home due to a global pandemic but is still able to get high-quality training and advice from a national championship-winning quarterback and current SEC assistant head coach just by walking down the hallway.
But as he’s proven over the course of the last 16 months, Clemson senior Amari Rodgers is just different. Cut from a different cloth as they say.
Last week, Rodgers opened up about being home for an extended summer with his dad, Tennessee National Champion QB and current Associate Head/Wide Receivers coach for the Tennessee Volunteers, Tee Martin.
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