Anderson University soccer midfielder Marissa Mowry, who is engaged to Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, published an Instagram post Saturday that appeared to indicate the signal-caller will leave school and enter the 2021 NFL draft.
Mowry's post ended as follows: "THANK YOU so much Clemson family for these amazing years and the love + support. This place will be missed! Here's to the many more ups and downs and figuring it all out together."
Lawrence's 2020 season ended Friday after the Tigers lost 49-28 to Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl. He is widely considered the No. 1 overall prospect should he officially declare for the draft.
If Lawrence's Clemson career is over, then he'll finish his three-year stint as one of the most decorated, accomplished quarterbacks in recent college football history.
He accounted for 108 touchdowns (90 passing, 18 rushing) and led Clemson to a 38-2 record while he was under center. The three-year starter led the Tigers to the College Football Playoff in each of his three seasons, winning it all two years ago while guiding Clemson to a perfect 15-0 mark.
Clemson entered the CFP National Championship Game with a 14-0 record last year before losing to undefeated LSU. The Tigers' loss on Friday was their first this year with Lawrence calling signals.
Barring a shocking development, Lawrence will likely head to Jacksonville, which needs a long-term answer at quarterback.
The 2021 NFL draft will begin Thursday, April 29.