Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo transfer All-American

Nov 27, 2021; Durham, North Carolina, USA;Mandatory Credit: Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 27, 2021; Durham, North Carolina, USA;Mandatory Credit: Jaylynn Nash-USA TODAY Sports /

Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Charleston Rambo was named to “247Sports’ All-Transfer Team for 2021: College football players who made the greatest impact from the portal.” Rambo had the best season by a WR in the history of the Miami football program breaking the receptions and receiving yardage records.

Rambo provided Miami with a desperately needed go-to receiver in 2021. The presence of Rambo took a lot of the pressure off Mike Harley who had a great second half of the 2020 season. Playing under offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee and WRs coach Rob Likens Rambo provided Miami the big play WR they needed.

Harley will play his last game for Miami as a fifth-year senior in the Sun Bowl on New Year’s Eve. Rambo announced he is headed to the NFL foregoing his final season of eligibility. The likelihood is that Rambo will not play in El Paso. Miami has multiple young WRs ready to replace Harley and Rambo.

Rambo is joined on the 247 Sports all-transfer team by Jerreth Sterns of Western Kentucky and Jameson Williams of Alabama who scorched Miami in the season opener. Sterns had Madden numbers of 137 receptions for 1,718 yards and 14 touchdowns. Williams had 68 receptions for 1,445 yards and 15 TDs.

"WR: CHARLESTON RAMBO, MIAMI“Charleston Rambo had a record-breaking season for the Miami Hurricanes, catching 79 passes (the most in school history) for 1,172 yards and seven scores. Rambo, an Oklahoma transfer, spent three seasons in Norman and battled injuries but showed he could be a dominant receiver when healthy.Rambo, who announced he was leaving for the NFL, was named second team All-ACC in 2021.”"

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Rambo was the best player for Miami on offense during the entire 2021 season. The season Rambo had shows WRs that Miami is a place they can have success and improve their draft stock. The season Rambo had will be remembered as one of the best ever in Miami football history regardless of position.