Montreal – Clemson University star quarterback Trevor Lawrence has confirmed his decision – he will jump into the NFL.
Lawrence, a six-foot-six player with powerful arms and long hair, posted a video on social media on Wednesday announcing he was leaving the school benches for the session, the NFL Draft.
“I really feel like I have become human and I am ready for these challenges,” Lawrence said. I am very excited for my future. Thanks so much to Clemson who I missed so much. “
Thank you, Clemson … pic.twitter.com/JDbM8aYYGv
– Trevorlawrencee (reTrevorlawrencee) January 6, 2021
Lawrence said he plans to play his junior season, graduate in December and jump into the NFL.
However, in October, Lawrence varsity increased its chances of returning to the varsity ranks as negotiations over the first choice in the next draft between the New York Jets and the Jacksonville Jaguars intensified.
The Jaguars ended the season with a 1-15 record and have the first choice – usually Lawrence who.
He wrapped up his college career with a 34-2 record, leading Clemson to three Atlantic Coast Conference title victories and the National Championship after the 2018 season.
Lawrence finished second in the poll for the Heisman Trophy, It was received Tuesday night by the University of Alabama Wide End Devonta Smith.