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Jadeveon Clowney is one of the best defensive end in the country. He is already being mentioned as a Heisman finalist and he thinks he can win it, not to mention many predict that if he were eligible for the NFL draft this year he would be the first pick taken.

Clowney made the hit of the year when he busted through the Michigan Wolverine o-line in the Outback Bowl and destroyed running back Vincent Smith.

In accordance with that hit, the state of South Carolina has placed this sign at the state line warning of Clowney’s presence.

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  • beware? thats right, his nickname is doo-doo. no kidding, joking or anything else you might say i am trying to insinuate. please wipe your feet immediately after entering the state, AND, please replace said shoes if you ever exit columbia!
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