Trevor Lawrence’s Pro Day on Friday morning is getting attention from fans and coaches alike; here’s everything the prospect said following the event.
NFL fans and media are still buzzing about the Pro Day of the presumptive No. 1 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, Trevor Lawrence. The former Clemson Tigers quarterback certainly didn’t need to hold an event of this nature given his injury status and overall impressive collegiate career, but he wanted to see the process through, and that he did.
Lawrence was incredibly impressive in his performance, throwing darts all over the field with his old coach Dabo Swinney and his soon-to-be coach Urban Meyer standing just a few feet away.
If Lawrence wasn’t obviously the best prospect on the draft board before today, he certainly is now. The consensus from the event is that Lawrence is one of the best prospects since Andrew Luck and Jacksonville fans can’t wait to have him in uniform.
After the event, Lawrence spoke to ESPN’s Rece Davis about how it went and more.
Trevor Lawrence on Urban Meyer attending his Pro Day
“Yeah, I saw him,” Lawrence said in an interview with ESPN’s Rece Davis when the workout was over. “Just waived at him real quick, obviously can’t really communicate out here. But it’s been cool to see all the teams come out.”
Trevor Lawrence on his Pro Day performance
“I was pretty pleased with it,” Lawrence said. “Obviously, like anything, you have some throws that you wish you could go back and hit a little bit better. But as a whole, I think it was a good day.”
Trevor Lawrence on his upcoming surgery and rehab
“Obviously I’ve got to still continue talking to the doctors and see how the rehab goes, but I think I can throw in six-to-eight weeks after the surgery. And then looking at a four-to-five-month full clearance,” Lawrence said. “But obviously, I’ll be able to do stuff before then. But just glad it’s non-throwing shoulder, so shouldn’t be too bad. Just got to rehab really hard and work hard to get back. But I’m just excited to get that fixed and start that road to getting healthy.”