The pick is in … and the Jacksonville Jaguars have officially taken Clemson superstar QB Trevor Lawrence first overall in the 2021 NFL Draft!!
The selection should surprise literally no one — the 21-year-old has been at the top of the draft boards ever since he declared for the draft in January.
Lawrence — who decided to spend his big moment with his fam in South Carolina — was visibly pleased to hear his name called Thursday night … hugging his new wife, Marissa Mowry as Roger Goodell announced the pick.
Lawrence was as good as it gets for the Tigers — winning a national title as a true freshman in 2018.
He also led Clemson to the championship game in 2020, but fell to Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers … marking his first collegiate loss. In fact, dating back to his high school football days, Lawrence has yet to lose a regular-season game.
Lawrence finished his college career with an insane 34-2 record — the most wins in school history.
Unfortunately, that winning streak is most likely coming to an end during his rookie season — the Jags were pretty bad in 2020 with a 1-15 record.
But, now, JAX has college football coaching legend Urban Meyeron board … and he’s teaming up with the Heisman finalist to change the culture within the organization.
Now that the first domino has fallen, the next question is — where the heck are the rest of the QBs in the draft going??