The final wide receiver in the class, Troy Stellato has signed his letter of intent to join the Clemson class of 2021. Stellato is from Fort Lauderdale, FL and measures in at 6’0” 175 lbs. He is a 4 star prospect with a ,928 rating from 247 and is one of three prospects in this class recruited by Tyler Grisham. The Florida receiver is ranked as the 28th best player in the class at his position and the Tigers beat out Alabama, Arkansas, and Auburn for his signature.
QT’s take from his commitment:
Stellato plays in the slot in high school, which is important because it won’t be as high of a learning curve. Most high school wide receivers are the best in their school so often line-up on the outside and just out athlete everyone on the field, but Troy has experience playing the position, which is great for his transition to college. Agree with everything Tommy wrote above—Stellato will need to work on learning the route tree and add some more muscle mass (he basically runs crossers in high school with the occasional jet sweep or stick route).
I’d like to see him be a more dominant high school player and take over some games. He had decent high school production with 727 yards and 9 touchdowns, but I would like him to take that next step and make the defense account for him on every play. Willing blocker who is competitive and mixes it up, but will need the added strength to block in the slot in college.