Country's reaction to Clemson's record-breaking draft class

Country's reaction to Clemson's record-breaking draft class


Country's reaction to Clemson's record-breaking draft class


Clemson produced seven picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, its second-most selections in the seven-round era (since 1992), trailing the nine selections in 2016.

Six of Clemson’s seven picks were selected in the first four rounds of the draft, breaking the program’s previous four-round record of five, set previously five times in 1991, 2011, 2016, 2017 and 2019.

The Tigers now have a school-record 31 NFL Draft picks in the last five years, surpassing the 29 drafted across both the 2013-17 and 2015-19 drafts. Clemson is one of only three schools with five or more picks in at least six of the seven most recent drafts, joining both Alabama and Ohio State.

Check out some of the reactions across the Twitterverse to Clemson’s record-breaking 2020 draft class:




Clemson forward Courtney Jones, who plays on the women’s soccer team, has made the most of the odd season thus far with three starts in five games, one goal and three points on the year for the nationally ranked (…)


There is a long list of star quarterbacks who were drafted in recent years, including Deshaun Watson, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, Kyler Murray, Baker Mayfield, Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa to name a few. (…)


Justyn Ross’ recovery from spinal surgery continues to go well. A week after he was allowed to put on a helmet for the first time since having surgery this past June, the Clemson wide receiver has worked (…)

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