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    In April if he was eligible to declare for the NFL draft. Dudeís a stud.

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    Yes he would. Bama dt 2

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    yep and he just turned 19. barely. kid will grow another 2 inches and add 50 lbs before the NFL. just hope he doesnt get a big injury which could happen

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    Has he made any tough throws tonight? Absolutely no pressure -

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Has he made any tough throws tonight? Absolutely no pressure -
    Just stating a fact. Kid already has all the tools and heís only going to improve.

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    Not w that hair

    NFL not the sissy ACC

    Bama gonna win this game 2nd half

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    Might be tough for him to be drafted ahead of two Bama players, there’s a lefty out there and a 300 pound monster that I would take before him, I guess it depends on what NFL team has that elusive number 1 pick. I think he should grow his hair out a bit if he wants to go number 1. A big ring on his finger might help the cause

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    Makes no sense for a freshmen QB to enter the draft - this isnt basketball- you have 2 build you body up in football

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaFats View Post
    Not w that hair

    NFL not the sissy ACC

    Bama gonna win this game 2nd half
    nfl is a gayer acc

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Makes no sense for a freshmen QB to enter the draft - this isnt basketball- you have 2 build you body up in football
    Lots of work to do both mentally and physically. Playing against 18-19 year olds is a big difference then playing against the grown men and monsters of the NFL. I agree with you
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    Quote Originally Posted by reigle9 View Post
    nfl is a gayer acc
    LOL !!!!!! Well put. But boy oh boy these gay boys from the ACC are laying a STIFF beat down to the SEC right now. No pun intended

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    Was that enough pressure in his face? Guarantee the Giants would swap their next two No. 1 picks (or at least a future 1 and 2) to trade places with Arizona and get the kid right now. Play him as a backup one year and then you have a stud QB for the next 10-15 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingKolzig View Post
    yep and he just turned 19. barely. kid will grow another 2 inches and add 50 lbs before the NFL. just hope he doesnt get a big injury which could happen
    50 pounds? You want a damn linebacker at Qb?

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    He might be the next Jimmy Clausen

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    He will be there for 3 years

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    JJ what do you think of his hair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    He will be there for 3 years
    He will not be there for 3 years. He’ll be there for 2. Not a chance he stays till he’s a junior. No way in hell JJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bear View Post
    JJ what do you think of his hair?
    Now now big Bear, let’s play fair, he’s got beautiful hair !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Bear View Post
    He might be the next Jimmy Clausen
    the worst comparison in the history of comparisons

    you should be banned

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    I havenít seen him make difficult throws tonight - heís not getting pressure - stat line is deceiving- he is taking care of the ball tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJay View Post
    In April if he was eligible to declare for the NFL draft. Dude’s a stud.
    He wasn't really tested in this Match. We would have been able to see him how good he is if Miller played. Miller is a good pass rusher and without him, Lawrence had lot of freedom to throw.

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    cant wait to see this kid play at the next level

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Losco View Post
    cant wait to see this kid play at the next level
    if he was black, he could get a special invite to the draft

    blacky always keeping the white man down

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Makes no sense for a freshmen QB to enter the draft - this isnt basketball- you have 2 build you body up in football
    This post is absolutely dumb, especially for a position like QB that you don't have to be physically imposing. If someone is ready, then they are ready. Age doesn't mean shit. Trevor Lawrence is certainly NFL ready. We all have seen what he can do against a top P5 competition. What more do you need to see? His release is one of the quickest in the game and he will only get better. You would be stupid to not take a flyer on the guy. That's the only issue, is how much does a team want to gamble on young talent? The NFL loves the current system because it gives them more time to evaluate tape on kids and not take many chances. All at the expense of the kids.

    Many guys in HS are already built for the NFL, especially at skill positions. They may not be ready to start for an NFL team or come in and dominate but I'm sure a bunch of kids could make a roster and be on special teams. Adrian Peterson would have definitely made a roster. Hell Leonard Fournette as well. Emmitt Smith was damn sure NFL ready. So was Herschel Walker. Tim Couch was one QB that definitely was NFL ready in HS. Did you ever see Myles Garrett in HS?





    Sure, Myles Garrett got much bigger and better in college but you are out of your mind if you don't think he was ready for the NFL at 14. you are especially crazy if you didn't know his first year at Texas A&M that he was NFL ready.

    You ever see Ray Lewis in HS? I saw him decimate guys wrestling. Everyone knew he was destined for the NFL in HS.



    I can think of dozens of guys that would have made it to the NFL from HS, let alone first year in college. Hell, Danny Ainge was an All American in basketball, football and baseball. He could have made the jump to the NFL. He was that good and smart as shit to boot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac4Lyfe View Post
    This post is absolutely dumb, especially for a position like QB that you don't have to be physically imposing. If someone is ready, then they are ready. Age doesn't mean shit. Trevor Lawrence is certainly NFL ready. We all have seen what he can do against a top P5 competition. What more do you need to see? His release is one of the quickest in the game and he will only get better. You would be stupid to not take a flyer on the guy. That's the only issue, is how much does a team want to gamble on young talent? The NFL loves the current system because it gives them more time to evaluate tape on kids and not take many chances. All at the expense of the kids.

    Many guys in HS are already built for the NFL, especially at skill positions. They may not be ready to start for an NFL team or come in and dominate but I'm sure a bunch of kids could make a roster and be on special teams. Adrian Peterson would have definitely made a roster. Hell Leonard Fournette as well. Emmitt Smith was damn sure NFL ready. So was Herschel Walker. Tim Couch was one QB that definitely was NFL ready in HS. Did you ever see Myles Garrett in HS?





    Sure, Myles Garrett got much bigger and better in college but you are out of your mind if you don't think he was ready for the NFL at 14. you are especially crazy if you didn't know his first year at Texas A&M that he was NFL ready.

    You ever see Ray Lewis in HS? I saw him decimate guys wrestling. Everyone knew he was destined for the NFL in HS.



    I can think of dozens of guys that would have made it to the NFL from HS, let alone first year in college. Hell, Danny Ainge was an All American in basketball, football and baseball. He could have made the jump to the NFL. He was that good and smart as shit to boot.
    How does he benifit going into the NFL now? Where the speed is 3-4x the college speed? Have u seen him throw under consistent pressure? He would get buried in the NFL right now - thereís a reason guys donít often leave early in football

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    Total laughable 2 think a true freshmen QB can go into the NFL and do damage right now - heís still not very pose and zone into in his first reads - nothing against him heís only 19 - and will get better as he play more - but donít give me that bs he can play in the NFL right now -

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    This guy could go undefeated in college. He really doesnít even need to do much with the WRs that Clemson has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    I haven’t seen him make difficult throws tonight - he’s not getting pressure - stat line is deceiving- he is taking care of the ball tho
    DUMB


    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by The Shooter View Post
    He will not be there for 3 years. He’ll be there for 2. Not a chance he stays till he’s a junior. No way in hell JJ
    How does he benifit going into the NFL now? Where the speed is 3-4x the college speed? Have u seen him throw under consistent pressure? He would get buried in the NFL right now - there’s a reason guys don’t often leave early in football
    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Total laughable 2 think a true freshmen QB can go into the NFL and do damage right now - he’s still not very pose and zone into in his first reads - nothing against him he’s only 19 - and will get better as he play more - but don’t give me that bs he can play in the NFL right now -


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    Quote Originally Posted by reigle9 View Post
    the worst comparison in the history of comparisons

    you should be banned
    Absolutely.

    Lawrence is #1. Only fools canít see it.

    Jimmy Clausen, unreal.

    Worst case this kid is Nick Foles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    Total laughable 2 think a true freshmen QB can go into the NFL and do damage right now - heís still not very pose and zone into in his first reads - nothing against him heís only 19 - and will get better as he play more - but donít give me that bs he can play in the NFL right now -
    Youíre an absolute moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Shooter View Post
    He will not be there for 3 years. He’ll be there for 2. Not a chance he stays till he’s a junior. No way in hell JJ
    He has to stay 3 years because true freshman can't declare until after their Junior season. If he were a redshirt freshman he could leave after next year but they didn't redshirt him so he's going to be at Clemson at least 2 more years.
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    Originally Posted by The Shooter
    He will not be there for 3 years. He’ll be there for 2. Not a chance he stays till he’s a junior. No way in hell JJ



    Quote Originally Posted by jrgum3 View Post
    He has to stay 3 years because true freshman can't declare until after their Junior season. If he were a redshirt freshman he could leave after next year but they didn't redshirt him so he's going to be at Clemson at least 2 more years.

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    Originally Posted by ikid2groove415
    I haven’t seen him make difficult throws tonight - he’s not getting pressure - stat line is deceiving- he is taking care of the ball tho



    DUMB



    Originally Posted by ikid2groove415

    Originally Posted by The Shooter
    He will not be there for 3 years. He’ll be there for 2. Not a chance he stays till he’s a junior. No way in hell JJ



    How does he benifit going into the NFL now? Where the speed is 3-4x the college speed? Have u seen him throw under consistent pressure? He would get buried in the NFL right now - there’s a reason guys don’t often leave early in football




    Originally Posted by ikid2groove415
    Total laughable 2 think a true freshmen QB can go into the NFL and do damage right now - he’s still not very pose and zone into in his first reads - nothing against him he’s only 19 - and will get better as he play more - but don’t give me that bs he can play in the NFL right now -





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    This rule’s been around since 1990.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikid2groove415 View Post
    I haven’t seen him make difficult throws tonight - he’s not getting pressure - stat line is deceiving- he is taking care of the ball tho
    Whenever he was about to be sacked, he got the ball out. He was extremely well aware of his pocket presence.

    No question the O-line was great for Clemson, but when they weren't he didn't cause negative yardages.

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