ABC Columbia caught up with former Gamecock wideout Deebo Samuel, who could be drafted in the first or second round this week. He’s considered a top five wideout and top 40 player by ESPN. The Draft airs this Thursday at 8 p.m. on ABC Columbia and continues Friday and Saturday.
A projected first-round pick from Clemson will attend this year’s NFL Draft in Nashville.
Clemson’s highest-rated prospect has officially declared for the NFL Draft.
The Panthers completed their 2018 NFL Draft Class on Saturday across the final rounds with five more selections coming to the Carolinas.
Running back David Williams transferred from Carolina to Arkansas for his last season in college football, and is now set to begin his pro career with the Broncos.
Skai Moore left Carolina having placed himself at the top of program and college football history. The Gamecock linebacker became just the 15th player in Division I NCAA football to lead his team in tackles in four seasons.
Two picks after former teammate Deon Cain was selected by the Colts, fellow former Clemson wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud was selected in the sixth round with the No. 187 pick by the Buffalo Bills.
Former Clemson wide receiver Deon Cain can now call himself a Colt. The Tigers’ standout was the first in-state power five conference player drafted on Saturday, taken with the 185th pick in the sixth round by Indianapolis.
One day after becoming the first former Gamecock drafted since 2016 and the first to be selected in the opening round since Jadeveon Clowney in 2014, Hayden Hurst was introduced as one of the newest members of the Baltimore Ravens Friday.
The last pick on the second day of the 2018 NFL Draft saw the first Clemson player taken off the board.