2026 WR Jaborree Riggins Feels Like He Proved He ‘Belonged’ at Clemson Camp

CLEMSON- Jaborree Riggins made his first ever visit to Clemson for Dabo Swinney’s high school camp this summer.

The 2026 wideout, out of Florida, has long admired what Swinney has built with the football program and was anxious to get a firsthand look.

“It was a long trip to Clemson from Fort Lauderdale, but I really liked it and think it was worth it,” Riggins told All Clemson Tigers. “I loved the campus stadium. Clemson is definitely in my top five colleges, so being on the field and getting to be around the coaches and letting them see my work was definitely a blessing.”

While he may just be a rising sophomore, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound prospect more than held his own with some of his older counterparts, and the coaching staff took notice.

“The coaches loved me,” Riggins said. “They loved my size and how I went through the drills even though I was class of ’26 working with more of the older guys I kept up and showed why I belonged there. I love the coaching style. They change their coaching based on the players and they teach us what to do and most importantly why we do it and I really feel like that’s important.”

Despite being so early in the process, Riggins has already picked up offers from West Virginia and Texas A&M this month. While it will still be another year before the Tigers start offering players in the 2026 class, it is an offer that Riggins wants.

“That would truly be a blessing but that wouldn’t mean to get comfortable,” he said. “I’m all about keep working and keep grinding no matter where you are in life and I feel like that is important in any aspect of life. I would love to receive the offer but if I don’t everything is alright. Just keep grinding and keep working.”

With his recruitment still in its infancy, Riggins has no timeline for making any decision. He is still in the process of building relationships and looking for schools that might be a good fit.

“The academics most importantly,” Riggins said. “Making sure I like the football team, the school and the campus because I want to feel at home. Even though I’m class of 2026, there’s a lot of school pushing me, but only the future will tell what happens.”

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