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BWTB: Jadeveon Clowney Warehouse

Posted Feb 27, 2014

South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's Combine experience, in videos and articles, is chronicled here.

Yesterday, we checked out the Combine experience of Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel. Every video and article we posted about Manziel was warehoused in one spot.

Today, we turn our attention to South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.

Clowney Presser, Part I (lasts 5:25)

Clowney went to the podium on Saturday, one day after Manziel, Texans general manager Bill O'Brien and head coach Bill O'Brien spoke with the media. Below is the first part of his press conference.


Clowney Presser, Part II (4:18)

Here's the second part of his time with the media.

Clowney Presser, Part III (3:03)

The third portion of his press conference is below.

Jadeveon Clowney's goal: "To go #1"

Clowney spoke a bit about the Houston Texans, and said he was "kind of happy" hearing that team Chairman/CEO Bob McNair is also a South Carolina Gamecock.

Jadeveon Clowney on Swearinger

Speaking of former Gamecocks, Texans safety D.J. Swearinger played with Clowney in college. The latter talked a bit about the former on Saturday.

Clowney wants to be #1 (3:39)

Not surprisingly, Clowney said he wanted to be the first pick in the Draft.

Clowney's Combine Expectations (1:12)

How would Clowney perform in the various drills? The NFL Network crew debated.

Clowney's bench press (1:05)

Clowney put up 21 reps on the bench press portion of the Combine drills.

Jadeveon Clowney wows in 40

On Sunday, Clowney and the defensive ends went through drills. Needless to say, the big man put on a memorable show.

Clowney's 40 time (1:40)

Check out Clowney blazing through the 40-yard dash.

Clowney skipped some drills (3:10)

Although he smoked the field in the 40, Clowney opted out of performing a few drills at the Combine.

Clowney explains skips to Warren Sapp (0:31)

Joking around with the NFL Network's Warren Sapp, Clowney explained why he did some drills and didn't take part in others.

Clowney "better" than Dee Ford (4:58)

After Clemson's Dee Ford spoke about Clowney's pass-rushing skills, Clowney answered.

Clowney's broad jump (0:40)

He's not just fast. He can jump far, too.

Clowney's memorable Combine (2:02)

After an impressive showing at the Combine, the NFL Network looked back at all Clowney accomplished.

Clowney blows the roof off Combine (0:49)

The title explains it all.

What if Clowney's picked later? (2:28)

The NFL Network crew pondered what might happen if Clowney is not selected first overall in the NFL Draft.

Do Texans need Clowney? (3:53)

NFL expert Judy Battista spoke about whether or not the Texans need Clowney.

That's it. A whopping 15 videos on Clowney. Plus a few articles.

Hope you enjoyed it.


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