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SportNFL Draft 2019: Clemson DT Dexter Lawrence declares

00:30  10 january  2019
00:30  10 january  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Dexter Lawrence is the third Clemson player bound for the pros. The Clemson defensive tackle on Wednesday announced he will forgo his senior season and Lawrence was suspended, along with two of his teammates, for both of Clemson 's College Football Playoff games after failing a drug test.

Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence will forgo his senior season to declare for the 2019 NFL draft , he announced on Wednesday. The junior from Wake Forest, N.C. was suspended for both of the Tigers' College Football Playoff games after testing positive for the banned substance ostarine.

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Dexter Lawrence is the third Clemson player bound for the pros.

The Clemson defensive tackle on Wednesday announced he will forgo his senior season and enter the 2019 NFL Draft.

"Clemson has been a true blessing for me these past three years," Lawrence wrote, in part. "I have accomplished the three things I wanted the most: to grow as a man, to grow spiritually, and to become a better football player. I'm also thankful for all the adversities and storms I went through here at Clemson. It has helped to make me who I am today."

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Three members of the Clemson ’s defense declared for the NFL draft on Wednesday, and the most notable did not play in Monday night’s College Football Playoff Dexter Lawrence , the star defensive lineman who was ineligible for both College Football Playoff games after failing an NCAA drug test

With the sixth pick in the 2019 NFL Draft , the New York Giants selected defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence of Clemson . 1. Lawrence declared for the NFL Draft after completing his Clemson career with 162 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, 43 quarterback pressures, five pass breakups, a

Lawrence was suspended, along with two of his teammates, for both of Clemson's College Football Playoff games after failing a drug test. The results of the A and B samples of their initial drug testing came back positive for trace amounts of Ostarine, a banned performance-enhancing substance. The Tigers went on to win the national championship with a 44-16 win over Alabama, though Lawrence had to watch from the sideline.

"I'm thankful for all the coaches and support staff, my teammates, my brothers for life, and the friendships and connections that I have made during my time here," Lawrence added. "I'm thankful for my professors, and I'm thankful for the fans. You are the best fans in the world for the support you have given me and for helping me achieve these goals."

Lawrence, a three-year starter, logged 131 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and 10 sacks during his time at Clemson.

The 21-year-old is considered by many to be a top-10 first-round selection in April.

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