Clemson CB Andrew Booth declares for NFL draft
Andrew Booth arrived at Clemson as a five-star prospect from Georgia. Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK

Andrew Booth Jr. is going pro. The Clemson cornerback is ranked second in Dane Brugler’s positional rankings, and The Athletic’s writer has Booth going 12th overall in his first round mock of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Booth is the consensus second best corner in the draft to LSU’s Derek Stingley. With as many as four or five cornerbacks potentially getting picked on Day 1 of the draft, Booth is almost guaranteed to hear his name called on Thursday. The only question will be: how early?

Booth arrived at Clemson as a five-star prospect from Georgia. He’s played in all 34 games for the Tigers since he’s arrived and has tallied three interceptions and nine pass break-ups. His biggest splash play was a fumble recovery his sophomore year against Syracuse that he returned 21 yards for a touchdown.

Booth has an intriguing combination of length, athleticism and ball skills that have NFL franchises ready to pull the trigger. He’ll look to improve his draft stock at the Combine and Clemson’s Pro Day before he hears his name called out on that night in late April.

This article first appeared on Pro Football Rumors and was syndicated with permission.

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