Trevor Lawrence's Fiancee Appears to Confirm QB Will Enter 2021 NFL Draft

Paul KasabianSenior ContributorJanuary 2, 2021

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence passes against Ohio State during the first half of the Sugar Bowl NCAA college football game Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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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.

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Looks like Trevor Lawrence’s fiancée has confirmed that he is leaving school and declaring for the #NFLDraft https://t.co/QL6ZAVkfug

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.

The three-time ACC champion is the No. 1 overall prospect nearly everywhere you look, including the Draft Network, ESPN, CBSSports.com and the Great Blue North Draft Report.

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.