Trevor Lawrence se despide de Clemson

Mexico.- What would be the first selection of the 2021 Draft has been declared ready for the NFL. Trevor Lawrence, quarterback and now a graduate of Clemson University, said goodbye to the collegiate program in a video, in which he recalled his best moments, which included an NCAA National Championship and a Heisman Trophy nomination.

Everything indicates that this young quarterback, labeled as a prospect at the height of John Elway and Andrew Luck, will enter the processes towards being chosen by a professional league team. The Jacksonville Jaguars, with the first overall pick for this April, are aiming to sign him. “I feel like I’m a man now and I’m ready to take on the following challenges. I’m excited for what’s to come and the best is yet to come,” Lawrence said.

In three years with Clemson, he completed 66.6 percent of his passes, threw for 1,098 yards, with 90 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. In 2018, during his first college football season, he surprised and led the Tigers to the NCAA championship; in that game, he crushed Alabama 44-16, throwing 347 yards and three touchdowns.

The Jaguars were left with the first selection for this Draft, having a record of one win and 15 losses. Jacksonville is undergoing reconstruction and looking for a new coach, heading for success, probably with Trevor as the image of the franchise.

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