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Trevor Lawrence Will Probably Make History In Rookie Season

Clemson Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence on Saturday night.

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA - DECEMBER 19: Quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Clemson Tigers looks to pass in the fourth quarter against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish during the ACC Championship game at Bank of America Stadium on December 19, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

The 2021 NFL draft officially kicks off in just a few hours and there's no mystery surrounding the No. 1 overall pick.

The Jacksonville Jaguars will select former Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence. He's viewed as the best quarterback prospect to enter the league since Andrew Luck.

During his freshman season, he led the Tigers to a national title. Over the next two seasons, he led the team to College Football Playoff berths, even though the team failed to win another title.

All Lawrence does is win. In fact, NFL Network insider James Palmer made an interesting note of Lawrence's success in high school and in college.

"Unless the Jaguars go 17-0 this season, Trevor Lawrence is slated to lose his first regular season game of his life," Palmer said. "HIS LIFE. Never lost one in 4 years of high school or during his 3 seasons at Clemson."

He'll be quarterbacking a team that won just one game during the 2020 season.

Jacksonville opened the season with an impressive victory over the Indianapolis Colts. After that, though, the Jaguars went on a 15-game losing streak which ensured the team would have the No. 1 pick.

As a reward, they'll be able to select one of the best quarterback prospects to ever step on the field.