Miami Hurricanes WR Charleston Rambo named top 10 impact transfer

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 30:.(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 30:.(Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /

Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo has been named one of the “10 potential impact transfers for the 2021 college football season” by 247 Sports. This list is different than the previous list that 247 Sports put out about impact transfers. The one with Rambo on it was written by Dean Straka.

The previous list that included Miami Hurricanes cornerback Tyrique Stevenson was written by Chris Hummer of 247. Rambo was outstanding during spring football for Miami. In the second scrimmage and Spring Game on Saturday Rambo combined for 14 receptions for 181 yards and a touchdown.

Rambo is expected to team with senior Mike Harley to give the Miami Hurricanes offense a much-needed second WR and a consistent deep threat that Miami did not have in 2020. The numbers Rambo had with Oklahoma in 2020 are not indicative of the player he truly is. Rambo was a key part of the Sooners offense in 2019.

Rambo had 43 receptions for 743 yards, a 17.3-yard average and five touchdowns catching passes from Heisman Trophy runner-up Jalen Hurts in 2019. Rambo did not develop as good of a rapport with Oklahoma quarterback Spencer Rattler in 2020. Miami could utilize Rambo on kickoff and punt returns in 2021 as well.

"CHARLESTON RAMBO (WR, MIAMI)Transferred from: Oklahoma2020 stats: 25 catches, 312 yards, 3 touchdownsTalk about a wideout, given what he showcased in Norman, who can immediately make an impact for the Hurricanes in Rhett Lashlee’s system. In three years in Norman, the Cedar Hill, Texas native caught 76 passes for 1,180 yards and nine touchdowns. In 2020, Rambo started all nine games that he played in for Lincoln Riley’s team.As a redshirt sophomore, Rambo started all 14 games for the Sooners, catching 43 passes for 743 yards with five touchdowns while averaging 17.3 yards per catch. He finished with three 100-yard receiving games in that 2019 season.As a recruit back in 2017, Rambo was considered the No. 169 overall player and No. 27 wide receiver in the nation, according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite."

United with Harley and quarterback D’Eriq King the Miami offense can continue to develop in 2021. If the Rambo lives up to the numbers he put up this spring, Harley continues to evolve after the way he played in the second half of the 2020 season and a third WR emerges, the Miami passing game can play on another level in 2021.

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Rambo can play himself into a middle-round NFL Draft pick in 2022 with a breakout season for Miami in 2021. The numbers Rambo posted this spring indicate he should have many explosive highlight plays for Miami this fall. Rambo can have a similar impact on the Miami offense than former Buffalo transfer WR K.J. Osborne in 2019.