“He’s been offered by everybody, and I’m being dead honest,” said South Pointe coach Bobby Carroll. “That dude could very well be a first-round NFL draft choice a few years from now.”
For those who have forgotten, Clowney is 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, with 4.6-second speed in the 40-yard dash and an impressive burst off the edge.
“He’s getting triple-teamed every game, and I’m not kidding,” Carroll said. “He’ll be lined up against a tackle and a tight end, and then another guy will help out. And he still had three sacks against Northwestern.”
Carroll said the schools that have offered Clowney include Notre Dame,
“And he’s a great kid; he absolutely doesn’t have a big head about it,” Carroll said.
From what I’ve seen and heard so far, Clowney may be the No.1 prospect in