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04/04/14 - Week 5 Pro Day Takeaways: Clowney sails, Henderson bails...1. King Clowney proves yet again that he's the elite talent in the 2014 draft...Any question about Clowney's ability to handle the transition to outside linebacker may have been put to rest with his sparkling workout. Asked to run through a mix of defensive line and linebacker drills for scouts representing every team in the league, Clowney dazzled with his acceleration, fluidity and length. The 6-foot-5, 266 pounder was especially impressive during a leaping drill led by St. Louis Rams' defensive line coach Jim Washburn in which he soared over seven blocking bags, landed cleanly and showed off his balance and arm length to pluck tennis balls off the ground.

The ability to leap over bags may sound like a silly way to way to evaluate a prospect but Clowney has already dominated every other test put in front of him. The drill, which Washburn has used for years to test explosion, balance and agility, has reportedly never before been successfully completed with seven bags. The Houston Texans may elect to go in another direction with the first pick. But if they do, Clowney has vowed to make them "miserable." As my top-rated prospect all year long, I'm certainly not betting against him. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

04/03/14 - Jadeveon Clowney believes he's the NFL's No. 1 draft pick and says he took a big step toward that goal during South Carolina's pro day workouts Wednesday. The 6-foot-5, 266-pound defensive end did position drills in front of dozens of NFL personnel, including Houston head coach Bill O'Brien and Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley. And Clowney thinks he elevated his already elite status during the 40 minutes or so of running through cones, jumping over hurdles and catching tennis balls in workouts he passed on at the NFL combine in February. "Yes, I do feel like I should be the first pick," Clowney said after the session. Clowney did not lift weights or run the 40-yard dash, standing on his combine showings when he did 21 reps at 225 pounds and clocked a 4.53-second time.

He also felt he eased anyone's concerns about his work ethic. He was considered by many the No. 1 pick after his sophomore season in 2012, when he had 13 sacks and closed it with his helmet-jarring hit on Michigan's Vincent Smith in the Outback Bowl. The footage of the hit was seemingly shown daily on highlight shows and Clowney immediately became a Heisman Trophy favorite, analysts projecting record-setting sack numbers. But Clowney couldn't live up to the expectations as injuries and opponent's schemed him out of plays. He finished with a disappointing three sacks. A midseason tiff with coach Steve Spurrier - Clowney pulled himself out of the Kentucky game with a rib muscle strain without following proper protocol - intensified questions about Clowney's work habits and going hard every play. "I think my work ethic is pretty good. I think I proved that today, but I've still got a lot of proving to do," he said. - AP Sports

04/03/14 - Jadeveon Clowney stars at packed South Carolina workout...According to the contingent of NFL Network announcers covering the Pro Day live, no one has ever successfully made the seven bag leap. If Jadeveon Clowney needed to answer any questions about his athletic ability during his Pro Day at South Carolina, he certainly did so. Emphatically, in fact, according to a high-ranking NFL scout on hand for the workout. "King Clowney proved again today that he's the best athlete in the draft," the scout said. Clowney passed the first test immediately, weighing in at the same 266 pounds on Wednesday that he'd been at the Combine.

In front of a heavy contingent from the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars, as well as representatives from virtually every other club in the league, Clowney sparkled. Clowney's workout was short on measured drills, though he did show remarkable explosiveness and balance in leaping seven bags during a test administered by St. Louis Rams' defensive line coach Jim Washburn. Clowney, as well as defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles and edge rusher Chaz Sutton invididually lined up in front of four horizontally-placed blocking bags. Each player was asked to leap flat-footed over them, land on both feet, take a few steps and then reach down to pick up tennis balls. Quarles and Sutton, each very athletic in their own right, weren't able to keep up with Clowney, who appeared to easily handle the pressure of extra bags being added after each successful leap. According to the contingent of NFL Network announcers covering the Pro Day live, no one has ever successfully made the seven bag leap. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

04/03/14 - Jadeveon Clowney stars at packed South Carolina workout...If Jadeveon Clowney needed to answer any questions about his athletic ability during his Pro Day at South Carolina, he certainly did so. Emphatically, in fact, according to a high-ranking NFL scout on hand for the workout. "King Clowney proved again today that he's the best athlete in the draft," the scout said. Clowney passed the first test immediately, weighing in at the same 266 pounds on Wednesday that he'd been at the Combine. In front of a heavy contingent from the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars, as well as representatives from virtually every other club in the league, Clowney sparkled.

Clowney's workout was short on measured drills, though he did show remarkable explosiveness and balance in leaping seven bags during a test administered by St. Louis Rams' defensive line coach Jim Washburn. Clowney, as well as defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles and edge rusher Chaz Sutton invididually lined up in front of four horizontally-placed blocking bags. Each player was asked to leap flat-footed over them, land on both feet, take a few steps and then reach down to pick up tennis balls. Quarles and Sutton, each very athletic in their own right, weren't able to keep up with Clowney, who appeared to easily handle the pressure of extra bags being added after each successful leap. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

02/27/14 - 2014 NFL COMBINE: 10 TAKEAWAYS FROM INDIANAPOLIS: 6. South Carolina superstar Jadeveon Clowney was equally astonishing and exasperating in Indianapolis. The No. 1 rated player in the draft, did enough to show why, with a 40-yard time that was announced in 4.53 second, a vertical jump of 37.5 inches, 21 reps on bench and a 10-03 broad jump after measuring in at 6-foot-5, 266 pounds. He had promised a 40 time in the 4.4 range, but at 4.53 is among the best ever for defensive ends at the combine. Four other defensive ends have run as fast or faster this century at the combine on NFLDraftScout.com's list. The best time this century for a defensive end at the combine came in 2002 when UAB's Bryan Thomas, at 6-4, 266, was clocked in 4.47 and was the 22nd overall pick (New York Jets). While he certainly wowed with his straight-line explosiveness, Clowney did not to participate in shuttle drills or the positional workouts, citing a hip flexor. By not fighting through the injury, Clowney did not take advantage of an opportunity to win over critics, who question why he wasn't more productive in 2013 despite his obvious talent. - The Sports Xchange
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