He's still pretty fast for a big jump-ball receiver and he's a devastating blocker.
I will 100% agree with you that the kid is a tantalizing redzone target. The type of redzone target you absolutely go after if your Miami (in the 2nd round). If he's as good a blocker as you say, I would absolutely like to see Miami use him as a seam threat that works the middle of the field. Instead of a tightend that is used as a receiver (which is popular nowadays), he could be the opposite, a receiver that shifts inside and works as a tightend on occasion. I get it. The kid has tools that can be used. But lets not get ahead of ourselves. The kid benefitted from playing on a team with tons of talent and a heisman quarterback. In my estimation, if that kid is on Clemson, he's the 3rd best receiver on the team.