Found January 10, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
I love to discuss the fact that South Carolina All American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is just working on his game and getting reps when he plays from here on out because he can’t enter the NFL Draft. Imagine the shock, fear, and awe the college football world would be in if Clowney chose not to enter the 2014 NFL Draft and returned to school for his Senior season. How would people feel, would quarterbacks run and hide, would Vincent Smith quit playing football all together.  Per Lost Letterman, Clowney took time out of his busy schedule, and I assume destruction of a nearby weight room to troll America and everyone else when he sent out a tweet suggesting he might stick around South Carolina until he graduated.   I am not one to comment on what a person chooses to do with their future and education.  Clowney would be the Chiefs pick today, so I can’t tell you if he has it in him to pass up NFL riches for and extra season in Columbia. I do know Vincent Smith is somewhere petrified and hoping no one walks up to him and says BOOO!, or Clowney ever again.  
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