Jadeveon Clowney Signed NFL Duke Football
Texans' Star Jadeveon Clowney has personally hand-signed this NFL Duke Football.
Jadeveon Clowney has been a phenomenon since high school. Widely regarded as the best prospect in his graduating class, Clowney, on his eighteenth birthday, did a live press conference with ESPN announcing his choice at attend the University of South Carolina. In his freshman campaign, Clowney appeared in all 12 games, recording 36 tackles and eight sacks while forcing five fumbles. His sophomore season was when he broke through, establishing himself as college football's best defensive player. In a win against in-state rival, Clemson, Clowney sacked Tajh Boyd 4.5 times, a South Carolina record. He gained fame during the 2013 Outback Bowl, where the Gamecocks were playing the Michigan Wolverines. Midway through the fourth quarter, the Wolverines had the ball and handed it off to running back, Vincent Smith. Clowney burst through the line of scrimmage, separating Smith from the football immediately.