Josh Jacobs Jersey

The Philadelphia Eagles continuously talked about the draft process about how much they really liked Josh Jacobs, starting with Doug Pederson and the numerous reports linking them to the former Alabama running back. Philadelphia’s constant praise of Jacobs had one team mortified the Eagles were actually going to select him.

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The Eagles traded up three spots in the draft from No. 25 to No. 22, giving up a fourth-round pick and six-round pick to move up and get the player they wanted: offensive tackle Andre Dillard. The Oakland Raiders were the team that believed they lost out on Jacobs once the Eagles traded up, as Peter King wrote in his “Football Morning in America” column.

“The coach, Jon Gruden, who’d irascibly told Mayock he’d better not screw up the Raiders’ three-pick first round, jumped out of his chair, seething. ‘There goes our running back,’ Gruden said. Coach and GM knew the Eagles loved the same player they did, Alabama running back Josh Jacobs, and now, moving up from 25 in trade, the Eagles would be in position to steal the guy Gruden had his heart set on making one of the three cornerstone players in his offense.”
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The Eagles traded up to get Dillard, a franchise left tackle that will be the inevitable successor for Jason Peters. Dillard fell to the early 20s on the draft board, making the Eagles core values (using early round picks on the offensive and defensive lines) hard to pass up when a franchise left tackle is there for the taking.

“That wasn’t really what we had anticipated,” said Executive Vice President of Football Operations Howie Roseman. “When we look at kind of how drafts go, our evaluation was this was the best tackle in the draft, and so usually those guys go in the top 10. That’s how we had him rated. When he started to fall, we just saw an opportunity to get a top 10 player. Again, when you have a top 10 player at an important position, it doesn’t matter about the depth on our team. We’re trying to load up on the lines. We’ve talked about that a lot with you guys, and that’s how we roll.

“He’s got great feet. Really, really smooth pass protector, long arms, big hands, great character. You can see a lot of things that we do offensively. At the same time, he’s also got room to grow. He hasn’t hit his ceiling.
“Obviously there’s a lot of conversations about his experience in that offense and the fact they throw the ball a lot, and what a great opportunity, again, to learn from Jason Peters, [offensive line] coach [Jeff] Stout[land], [head] coach [Doug] Pederson, our coaching staff and that O-line room. What a great room to learn from.”

The Eagles couldn’t pass up a top-10 player on their board, even jumping the Houston Texans for the opportunity to select Dillard. Houston drafted offensive tackle Tytus Howard at No. 23, leaving Jacobs available for the Raiders at No. 24.

Philadelphia and Oakland ended up getting the players they wanted. Houston got its offensive tackle, but lost out on the one they coveted.

Trayvon Mullen Jersey

After trading down with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Buffalo Bills, the Oakland Raiders selected Clemson cornerback Trayvon Mullen with the 40th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.


Declared for the NFL Draft following a three‐year Tiger career in which he posted 94 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, three quarterback pressures, four interceptions, a forced fumble and 12 pass breakups in 1474 snaps over 41 games (26 starts) in his career … second‐team AFCA All‐American in 2018 who earned College Football Playoff National Championship Defensive MVP honors in the final game of his career … entered 2018 ranked as the No. 49 player in the nation in the preseason by and No. 63 player by Sports Illustrated.

2018: Second‐team ACFA All‐American … second‐team All‐ACC … second‐team AP All‐ACC … third‐team All‐ACC according to Phil Steele … credited with 37 tackles (4.0 for loss), four pass breakups, two sacks and an interception in 701 snaps over 15 games (14 starts) … started each of Clemson’s first five games, recording at least one tackle in four of the five contests … limited by injury to two snaps at Wake Forest … recorded two tackles in helping hold No. 16 NC State to 193 passing yards … contributed five tackles and a pass breakup at Florida State … added one tackle and a pass breakup vs. Louisville … made a season‐high six tackles and broke up a pass at No. 17 Boston College … collected a tackle and a pass breakup against Duke … contributed five tackles vs. South Carolina … added a tackle in Clemson’s ACC Championship Game win against Pitt … contributed five tackles in helping hold No. 3 Notre Dame to three points in the Cotton Bowl … earned Defensive MVP honors in the National Championship Game against No. 1 Alabama, collecting six tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and an interception, which he returned 46 yards to set up a Tiger touchdown drive.

2017: Honorable Mention All‐ACC selection … had 42 tackles, three interceptions and seven pass breakups in 668 snaps over 13 games (12 starts) … had seven tackles in 40 snaps at No. 14 Louisville on Sept. 16 … had seven tackles and his first career interception in 46 snaps against Boston College on Sept. 23 … had three tackles and a pass breakup in 28 snaps against Wake Forest on Oct. 7 … had four tackles in 85 snaps at Syracuse on Oct. 13 … had a tackle and pass breakup in 57 snaps against Georgia Tech on Oct. 28; named team co‐defensive player‐of‐the‐game … had nine tackles and a pass breakup in 83 snaps at No. 20 NC State on Nov. 4 … had three tackles and a team‐high three pass breakups in 58 snaps against Florida State on Nov. 11 … had an interception in 30 snaps against The Citadel on Nov. 18 … had two tackles, an interception and a pass breakup in 56 snaps at South Carolina on Nov. 25 … had three tackles in 58 snaps against No. 4 Alabama in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1.

2016: Posted 15 tackles in 115 snaps (13 games) … three of his stops came on special teams … played first collegiate game against Troy, earning nine snaps … posted team‐high seven tackles, including one on special teams, in win over SC State … appeared in 37 snaps versus the Bulldogs … saw 18 snaps against Boston College, chipping in a tackle … totaled four tackles and 29 snaps against Syracuse … had half of a tackle for loss in 13 snaps in win over South Carolina … posted first pass breakup of career in 31‐0 win over Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl.

Before Clemson: Second‐team USA Today All‐American … played in the U.S. Army All‐American game … rated the No. 18 player in the nation according to ESPN … No. 2 cornerback and No. 4 player in the state of Florida by ESPN … rated the No. 60 player in the nation by 247 Sports, sixth‐best cornerback and 10th‐best player in the state … No. 66 overall player in the nation by Tom Lemming and No. 72 by Scout … No. 81 player in the nation by Prep Stars … No. 117 prospect overall, No. 10 cornerback and No. 16 player in Florida by Rivals … had outstanding year on offense at Coconut Creek High School in Florida … had 45 receptions for 800 yards, a 17.8 average … had 98‐yard interception return for a touchdown as a freshman … unanimous four‐star player who narrowed his choices to Clemson, TCU, LSU, Louisville and Florida State … coached by Kareem Reid … recruited by Brent Venables and Mike Reed.

Personal: Majoring in sports communication … his cousin, Lamar Jackson, was the starting quarterback for Louisville from 2015‐17 … born Sept. 20, 1997.

Clelin Ferrell Jersey

Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, fourth overall, Thursday night.


Ferrell, who accumulated 50 tackles for loss in only three seasons at Clemson to rank sixth on the career leaders list in that category, watch the draft unfold from home, surrounded by family and friends and ESPN cameras as well.

Ferrell wound up being the first of three Clemson defensive linemen drafted in the first round along with Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence. Clemson has had at least one first-round draft pick for six of the last seven years, but had never produced more than two first-round selections in the same draft.

Ferrell loves to fish and loves to eat blue crabs, but here are a few more facts about the Richmond, Virginia, native.
How do you pronounce Clelin Ferrell’s name?

Ferrell was too polite to correct the media throughout much of his career, but the true pronunciations of both Clelin and Ferrell came to light during the NFL Combine.

Clelin Ferrell is a big-time movie buff

Ferrell will look for any excuse to watch a flick, even if he’s seen it before.

His all-time favorite is Shawshank Redemption, the 1994 drama featuring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins. But his favorite actor is known for his roles in such films as Saving Private Ryan, The Green Mile and Forrest Gump.

“Tom Hanks is definitely my favorite for sure,” Ferrell said. “But I do like Leonardo DiCaprio and Denzel Washington, too. Comedic-wise, I like Mike Epps, Seth Rogen and Will Ferrell.”
Clelin Ferrell was the best “talker” on the Clemson Football team

Gregarious, humorous and insightful, Ferrell quickly developed a reputation among the media as a reliable “go-to” guy for comment on a variety of topics, including many well outside the realm of football.

Not surprisingly, Ferrell in January was named recipient of the inaugural Tim Bourret Award, which recognizes the Clemson football player who best represents himself, his teammates and Clemson University in the media. Voting on the award was split into thirds, with one-third of the vote belonging to local media, one-third to the Sports Information staff and one-third belonging to Coach Dabo Swinney.