Will Trevor Lawrence blow up the three season minimum rule for NFL draft eligibility?

Author: Irishize (31 Posts - Joined: Dec 1, 2018)
Posted at 12:06 pm on Jan 8, 2019

He is ready right now. He would go #1. If he has to play two more seasons, he will be subject to injuries that could make him damaged goods. He could lose a fortune. The NBA has "one and dones." Draft eligible college football players are avoiding bowl games so as not to jeopardize their draft potential.
If Lawrence got an aggressive agent and lawyer, they might challenge the NFL rule. They could argue on the grounds of a person's right to make a living.
Could Lawrence play for pay right now in the Canadian Football League with the understanding that he would become eligible for the NFL draft in two years?
Clemson has a golden goose for two years. He will bring the school fame and fortune and he won't get a dime in return?
Would Clemson be allowed to buy him lucrative insurance policies to cover him for the next two years?
Would Lawrence sit out two years to protect his body?
Could he do shampoo commercials while he waited?
Inquiring minds want to know!


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