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Trevor Lawrence injury update: NFL Draft’s top prospect to undergo surgery after personal professional day

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Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the consensus No.1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, requires surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Friday.

It’s unclear how long Lawrence required surgery – or how much that affected his game in the 2020 college football season. But Lawrence would feel comfortable enough to throw scouts before undergoing the procedure. . According to Schefter, the Clemson Signalman will skip Clemson Pro Day in March and pitch for teams on February 12 instead. He should be ready for camp.

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How it works remains to be seen, given that the league sent a memo on January 22. ban private training and visits to facilities of potential recruits amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lawrence in 2020 completed 231 of 334 passes for 3,153 yards and 24 touchdowns with five interceptions, missing two games after testing positive for the coronavirus. He has long been seen as a lock on the No. 1 overall pick – with a few recent exceptions – in the 2021 draft.

Teams are unlikely to be scared by the news of Lawrence’s surgery, given the college career Lawrence has had as one of the most talented and NFL-ready quarterbacks in recent memory.


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