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  In the moments after former Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, South Dade High School coach Nathaniel Hudson sent a text to one his favorite pupils: "You got next." Frank Ladson Jr. didn't take long to respond: "I already know." The opportunity for Ladson, a sophomore wide receiver for the Tigers, got even bigger when junior Justyn Ross (congenital spine fusion) was ruled out for the season. If there is a 2020 campaign, Ladson is likely to step into a more prominent role. Those who watched him transform from a quiet high school kid to a 4-star recruit believe the sophomore is ready to take the leap.

"Now is his time to shine," South Dade offensive coordinator Herman Reaves said. "I think it's his coming out year." Last season, then, was his introduction year. In a wide receivers room that also included junior Amari Rodgers and Diondre Overton (who is now out of eligibility), Ladson was cast as a bit player. He recorded nine catches for 128 yards and three touchdowns. He was often grouped with fellow then-freshman Joseph Ngata, who finished with 17 catches for 240 yards and three touchdowns. - Charleston Post Courier

(DS#3 WR) So/2023 WR Frank Ladson Jr.Clemson
News Source: Charleston Post Courier



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